Promoting Attachment

New parents want to welcome and bond with their newly adopted child. Use these steps to learn how to attachment parent during the transition phase.

How to Promote Attachment with Your Newly Adopted Child
A baby depends on her parents for all of her needs. When she cries, her parents feed her, change her diapers, and comfort her. She, in turn, learns that she can trust them to provide for her, and begins the attachment cycle, building upon bonds that started in the womb. Regardless of your child’s age at adoption, you need to embrace a parenting style that promotes attachment and fosters lifelong bonds. You do this by becoming your child’s primary provider, ...

What’s the best way to facilitate attachment with our newly adopted baby?


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