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A secure attachment is the foundation for a child’s responses, their interactions with others, their expectations of you and the family as a whole. When a child is attached to a parent, they are significantly less likely to have reactive outbursts, the child is often more likely to be comfortable expressing their emotions and have higher self-esteem.
Regardless of if you have a secure or insecure attachment with your child, there are many ways to create or increase this, moving forward! Below are some ways to improve a parent/child attachment:
Below you will find several resources if you wish to learn more about building and retaining a healthy attached relationship with your child!