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Parent-Child Attachment

Attachment is one specific aspect of the relationship between a child and a parent where the child should feel safe, secure, protected.
Children first form attachments to their primary caregivers in infancy but continue to need attachment figures across childhood and adolescence.
Parents who do a good job of listening to their child, create more confident children, who will openly vocalize their needs.
The attachment theory describes very well the connection between a child and the parents or their careers.

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