Attachment and Your Child Educational and Parenting Articles

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What exactly is attachment parenting? According to a huge body of scientific research, it can have a major impact on a child's ability to thrive.
Find out how helicopter parenting can get in the way of a child's developing autonomy.
Making your child feel special can be very simple and very inexpensive. Here's how to slow down and make time to connect with your kids.
What are co-parenting classes all about, and should divorced parents be mandated to attend them?
In 1966, an American developmental psychologist named Diana Baumrind described three parenting styles that are still used today to categorize parenting. In 1983, Maccoby and Martin added a fourth. Read on for a handy explanation of each style and how they affect children.
Today's teenagers are trying on new identities in some visually extreme ways that make some parents nervous. Should they really worry?
Teachers and observers rated children who had been securely attached as infants as happier, more socially skilled, empathetic, and competent in preschool.
Identifies stages in Bowlby's ethological attachment process and highlights the importance of the attachment relationship in early childhood classrooms.
You've been blessed with a successful newborn adoptionânow it's time to get to know your newest addition. Find out the best ways to bond with your adopted baby.
You love your family, but if you live far away, it can be hard to stay in touch. Parenting advice on how to keep your family close, even if you live far away.
Looking for the perfect baby carrier? From Beco Butterfly to Catbird Baby Pikkolo, Baby Bjorn to Ergo, here are reviews of the best baby carriers out there.
Read about the four phases of Bowlby's sequence for the development of attachment in young children.
Social relationships begin at birth.  Here is a discussion of attachment and healthy social behaviors among infants.
A description of behaviors among children who fall into each of the different attachment security categories.  Examples and suggestions are given for each type.
This article suggests strategies that parents and caregivers can use to work toward the formation of strong, secure attachments with young children.
The level of security or attachment children have with their primary caregiver can affect their behavior.  This article looks in depth the work of Bowlby and
ABC stands for always be consistent.  This article discusses the ABC of good parenting.  Parents should always be consistent, positive, praise good behavior,
Examples are provided of three classic forms of behavior described in attachment theory.
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