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Secure and insecure attachment styles aren’t good or bad, they simply are. It can be tempting to label these things, but with that can come shame, guilt, and anxiety.
Here to help dispel some myths about attachment science and offer parents strategies for building their own ability to help their child feel understood and safe is Dr. Tanya Cotler.

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110. Is my child insecurely attached? Unraveling common misconceptions about attachment styles with Dr. Tanya Cotler

Is my child insecurely attached?

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110. Is my child insecurely attached? Unraveling common misconceptions about attachment styles with Dr. Tanya Cotler

Is my child insecurely attached?

Secure and insecure attachment styles aren’t good or bad, they simply are. It can be tempting to label these things, but with that can come shame, guilt, and anxiety.
Here to help dispel some myths about attachment science and offer parents strategies for building their own ability to help their child feel understood and safe is Dr. Tanya Cotler.

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