Out of everything we have covered so far in Psychology, I believe in five years I will remember the attachment styles. I believe I will remember this because I am one to notice these styles within work, school, and at home. There is the secure attachment, avoidant attachment, and anxious-ambivalent attachment. I found that when I was younger I held more of the secure attachment because I was so dependent upon my mother and I was able to stay calm and controlled around her. I also see that with my younger brothers and sisters right now. On the other hand there is avoidant attachment where a child is able to cope with separation and tend to not rely on their mother. I have seen this a lot in movies with divorced parents. For example, the movie the Ring has a young boy who is able to coup with the death of his cousin and doesn't really need his mom to help him get through the tough times. I work at Chuck E Cheese's and I see many different relationships and attachments styles between a child and their parents. Anxious-ambivalent is a little more difficult to notice, but it is where a child is confused with the ability to cope with nonappearance of their mom, dad, or caregiver. After learning about the different attachment styles, it is definitely going to help me in five years because I will be thinking about having kinds and the way I want to raise them. I would love for my child to grow up and hold a secure attachment style I don't want them to have negative impacts on their behavior later in their childhood. I want them to be strong, independent, and to hold a high self-esteem. Therefore, I have learned a lot throughout this semester of Psychology, but the different attachment styles are what I am going to remember in five years.