The inherent forces that drove our ancestors to form into groups are the biological product of qualities necessary for our survival. These drives persist with us today and remain “…among the absolute universals of human nature” (Wilson, 2012). John Bowlby (1969) contributed with insights regarding the mental mechanisms of attachments in adults as well as in children. He thought the drive to form attachments to groups is inherent to our nature, and functions unconsciously when we do not respond to this drive by forming them consciously.