Attachment. A secure attachment is the ability to bond; to develop a secure and safe base; an unbreakable or perceivable inability to shatter to bond between primary parental caregiver(s) and child; a quest for familiarity;...
—Asa Don Brown
Secure attachment has been linked to a child’s ability to successfully recover and prove resilient in the presence of a traumatic event.
Resiliency is the body’s internal response to a stressful situation.
Boundaries are, in simple terms, the recognition of personal space.
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