He argued that attachment relationships were crucial to later healthy development.Bowlby’s theory is based on the idea that normal mother-child or primary caregiver-child attachment forms in the first two years of life.
Then, over a relatively short period of time we reach puberty which brings about bodily changes, and we also have to adjust to the emotional and psychological changes which accompany our new role as a young adult.
We have to somehow reinvent ourselves whilst all these changes are taking place and hope that we get it right.
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Any problems with the mother-child/primary caregiver-child relationship during that time can interfere with this normal development eg. If the child’s needs are not met in a loving, nurturing way, attachment will not occur naturally and this can lead to a variety of underlying symptoms. The relationship between the primary caregiver and child can be disrupted in a number of ways, leading to the attachment not being secure. University lecturer, businesswoman, photographer, consultant and sustainability expert; with over 40 years industry experience B. Play is the most important and effective method of learning for adults as well as children.
Examples might include – Attachment Disorder can occur when a normal attachment relationship is not form. It can be active or passive, planned or spontaneous.
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