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New book on Bowlby’s work now available! The Foundation’s president Frederick (Rick) Leonhardt has released his second book entitled A Question of Attachment—Toward A Lossless Society over at Amazon. His book investigates patterns of insecure attachment at the level of society. Pulling from his BLT blog posts, Leonhardt argues that insecure attachment asks the following question: “How do I bring to myself a sense of connection, even intimacy, while at the same time distancing myself from the pain and heartbreak that connection and intimacy inevitably bring?” Leonhardt sees such troubling societal patterns as attachment to screen devices and a desire to become posthuman (e.g., the Singularity and the End Times) as answers to the Question asked by insecure attachment. Click on this link for an information sheet on A Question of Attachment (free for KindleUnlimited subscribers).