Why do men with ATTACHMENT issues struggle to make NEW friends?

Do you want more male friends? But find it hard to connect to them? Many men with attachment issues find male friendships intimidating. What do these guys want from me? How am I supposed to fit in? And why are they always insulting each other?

Attachment specialist Adam Lane Smith breaks down how make friendships operate, how men bond to each other, and why attachment issues get in the way. Adam also explains why many men with attachment issues seek out female friendships instead and why that so often turns into the dreaded “friend zone.” If you struggle to make friends with either sex and if you want to learn how attachment can change your relationships forever, this video is for you.

This video is part of an ongoing series about attachment.

Male friendships are confusing to outsiders. That includes men with attachment issues who struggle to connect. It seems scary, intimidating, and too rough to join in male friendship. At the same time, these bonds are needed for good mental health. Adam explains why broken attachment leads away from male friendship, what to do about it, and how to build better friendships.