Adhesion of children provides a good educational relationship

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The period from birth to the sixth year of the child is the most vulnerable period in a lifetime. In this period, creates a bonding relationship with one or more of adults, which allows for the proper development of a child. This attachment relationship also provides an educational relationship. By good bonding relationship in the early years, a child develops into a functioning adult in our society.

Skills that teach a child to function properly as an adult

  • Develop a bonding ability.
  • Control learning have urges and impulses.
  • Learning form a conscience.
  • Develop own attainments.
  • Development of problem solving skills.
  • Responsible learning for themselves and others.
  • Relationships can enter into and maintain.
These skills are a different age. A child should feel to what is required and will accept the lead. It must have confidence in themselves and others.
Confidence in oneself and the other are the two basic conditions for personality development.

Formation of adhesion

In order to survive a young child will want to attach themselves naturally. A small child is dependent on the adults around them. It wants these adults have with them and love them. When adults get into that, a child feels comfortable and is experienced that trust adults. The child feels understood and will react. It starts laughing, sticking his hands out and calling in an adult positive feelings.
The adults who are always in the vicinity, the attachment figures for the child, the child will develop confidence.

The development of confidence

  • The child dares to count on the adult. This creates trust.
  • This results in the child self-confidence.
  • The child develops self-esteem.
  • The obvious presence of adult ensures that the child dares to develop without fear. It is his behavior to the adult. The conscience is developed.
  • The adult tunes to the child: he gives love, guidance and attention.

The six adhesion characteristics as Schuengel

  • The child focuses on a person, the adhesion person.
  • The relationship has durability.
  • It is an emotional relationship.
  • The child longs for the proximity of this person.
  • Sadness and / or anger arising on the termination of this contact.
  • When this person is preferably sought consolation.

  • Neglect

    The two forms of neglect usually go together: the emotional neglect and educational neglect.
    By neglect occurs no adhesion. The child can get nutrition problems, developmental delays, social problems or be apathetic.
    The development of the child may be damaged:
    • The child may remain in cognitive and language development.
    • The child can not or difficult to play.
    • The growth in height can be left behind.
    • The child's personality is in feeling. Entering into a relationship is difficult.
    • The child develops a faulty conscience.

    The emergence of a trauma

    A trauma occurs when someone threat and / or risk not able to cope. One gets the feeling of total helplessness. After a trauma often develops PTSD, post-traumatic stress disorder.
    The symptoms are:
    • Increased vigilance, sleep problems, difficulty concentrating, outbursts of anger and shock reactions.
    • Avoidance of all referring to the trauma, reduce feelings.
    • Reliving the trauma in nightmares or behavior.

     Children are more vulnerable than adults and therefore will not recover rapidly after trauma. They also do not bring anything into words what they have experienced. Children often express this in their behavior.
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