Posts Tagged ‘child’

Feelings of Abandonment Causing Problems in Your Relationships: How Anxious Attachment and Other Traumas Make You Fear Being Alone and 5 Tips to Overcome This

There is a hollow feeling that comes when you feel like you’ve been abandoned. A tension or tightness in the chest or stomach may constantly linger when you are with others but when they leave, and you are alone, the hollow feeling comes right in. You don’t know which is worse, the ever present tension…

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4 Tips for Healing From Your Anxious-Ambivalent Attachment So You Can Find Peace, Relief, and Joy in Your Relationships

Anxious-ambivalent attachment

Anxious-Ambivalent  Attachment Anxious-Ambivalent attachment is a common type of insecure attachment were the individuals natural drive for connection is fueled by anxiety and fear. They feel fear that the object of their attachment is going to abandon them, and this causes anxiety. Individuals with an anxious-ambivalent attachment style are constantly striving for the attention of…

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3 Tips to Developing Secure Attachment Between You and Your Baby. Part 1 of 4 of a series diving deep into the Attachment Bond, What It Looks Like and What Type of Attachment Style Do You Have

Attachment is an innate drive that we are all born with just like the drive for self protection. As babies, we are completely dependent on our caregivers for self protection as well as to satisfy our other basic survival needs (shelter, food, etc). Our attachment bond is directly connected with our survival. Attachment is the…

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How To Help Your Child Or Teen Adjust Better To Their New Life With Less Worry: When Your Family Moves Away From Your Home Town

Moving to a new place, whether its a new city, new state or a new country can be tough. Anxiety runs high throughout the family as you prepare to say goodbye and adjust to your new life. For your child or teen moving can produce a lot of anxiety and worry as they begin to say goodbye to friends and a home they know for something they don’t…

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Parenting Manifesto

Be Attentive Take care of your needs Understand your needs Learn your triggers Pay attention to how your feeling Be consistent Show affection Model what you would like to see Don’t forget to praise Validate their feelings Punishments should not be a life sentencethey should fit the transgression and be time limiteddon’t forget to tell…

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