Sext with no sing up at all
But if your caregiver was not so attuned to your needs, was intrusive or inattentive, you might develop what is called an insecure attachment.If something you wanted emotionally or physically (like comfort) went unfulfilled, you might end up anxious about relationships as an adult.We also expected to find that sexting would occur in relationships without a lot of commitment, meaning that we thought that sexting would be part of the wooing.But it turns out that people who are comfortable with close relationships (a secure attachment style) and also worry about what their partner might think of them are more likely to engage in sexting, but only if there some level of commitment in the relationship. What this tells us is that people may be concerned with pleasing their partner’s desire—or perceived desire—to engage in sexting and that it is the comfort with intimacy in relationships that may allow sexting to occur.
From that experience, you learned that relationships are safe and reciprocal, and your attachment anxiety is low.
We found that people in romantic relationships—whether of long or short duration—were more likely to have sexted than those who did not have romantic partners.
There were no gender differences for engaging in sexting, except that males were more likely than females to have sent a text propositioning sexual activity.
It covered questions measuring their sexting behaviors, relationship commitment needed to engage in sexting, their fear of being single, their dating anxiety and their attachment style (secure or insecure).
Half of the people who took the survey were single, and about 71 percent were female.