A relationships expert has revealed the signs your partner could be cheating - and this is so interesting.
You can watch the clip below:
In the clip, TikToker @restoringrelationships looked at how an 'avoidant' and an 'anxious' interact in relationships with each other and the idea of 'triangulation'.
"Today we're doing attachment 101 and how to predict if your partner is going to cheat on you," she began.
"And before I get into it, this is very general so take what you like and leave the rest."
And the theory makes so much sense, with hundreds of followers taking to the comments section to discuss the concept.
One person wrote: "I need to stay away from avoidants."
While another said: "Avoidant attachment will always potentially cheat in my opinion because I never think they fully attach to anyone."
And a third added: "So it all comes down to communication. COMMUNICATE WITH YOUR PARTNERS! Compromise, pick your battles!"
Meanwhile a fourth commented: "I’m sitting here nodding like we are on FaceTime but this was so helpful for me!!"
And a fifth said: "So spot on. He’s avoidant I’m anxious. I didn’t leave my 'family of origin' and we are suffering for it now. And just found out he’s cheating."
Others had plenty of questions, with one popular comment asking: "So, why as an anxious, do I keep picking avoidants? Who should I pick?"
And another asked: "What if you flip between both styles?!"
We're so fascinated by this!
In other relationship news, we told you how couples are breaking up after taking the love languages test.
The quiz was created by Dr. Gary Chapman, a doctor of philosophy and author of the 1992 bestseller The 5 Love Languages, on which the test is based.
The idea of the book and quiz is about acknowledging that different people exhibit love and affection in five different ways, including: ‘acts of service, receiving gifts, quality time, words of affirmation or physical touch’.
You can read more on that here.