My review of these items.
Not only are there many different parenting theories but there are different theories on those theories. Attachment parenting has several theories. My previous article discussed the eight sets, this one looks breifly at the "7 Baby B’s" of another Attachment theory.
When it comes to parenting, there really are no right or wrong answers, it is pretty much a learn as you go process. There are many different “styles” of parenting, here we will look breifly at Attachment Parenting.
This work will examine attachment and adjustment issues relating to children in foster care. Attachment issues will be addressed from both a therapeutic and a diagnostic perspective, using the DSM-IV-TR as a reference. Adjustment issues will be filtered through the lens of behavioral and emotional presenting issues, with the DSM-IV-TR used for determining diagnostic criteria. The effect on moving within the foster care system from place to place will be mentioned as well. Applications for both foster parents and clinicians will be presented throughout, and a brief look at outcomes of children in care will be presented. Sources will be from empirical study, published statistics, and electronic information form relevant legitimate sources.
How do you reconcile the attachment style of parenting with the Buddhist mandate of non-attachment?
For some adoptive parents and infants, bonding comes naturally and easily. The author gives three tips for bonding with your adopted infant.