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Becoming Attached

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Robert Karen

Not only do a child's first relationships affect the rest of their childhood, but also their adult lives as well. In order for children to develop and discover the world around them, they need a stable and positive bond with their mother or another main caregiver. Maintain consistency in your interactions with your children. It's crucial for children to have parents who can be relied on to teach them what is right and what is wrong and make them feel secure. Let them know you love and care for them by always being there for them.

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Becoming Attached focuses on the significance of a child's initial relationships, particularly with their primary caregiver, often the mother. It provides perspectives on how attachment can impact children's development in both positive and negative ways, along with a wealth of scientific research highlighting crucial findings related to attachment.

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Not only do a child's first relationships affect the rest of their childhood, but also their adult lives as well. In order for children to develop and discover the world around them, they need a stable and positive bond with their mother or another main caregiver. Maintain consistency in your interactions with your children. It's crucial for children to have parents who can be relied on to teach them what is right and what is wrong and make them feel secure. Let them know you love and care for them by always being there for them.

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Attachment refers to the strong bond between a child and their parent or caregiver.

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Separating a young child from their mother can lead to problems.

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You can evaluate either the child or the parent to analyze the attachment style.

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Day care for infants in the early stages of their development is not always harmful.

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The interaction between parents and their children is frequently influenced by their efforts to address their own upbringing.

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