Childhood Trauma And Adult Relationships :
Early relationships between the parent and child have an enormous impact upon how the child manages relationships throughout later life.
If the child experiences significant difficulties with relating to his/her parents, it often leads to problems with relating to others later on in life.
Secure Attachment :
The developmental psychologist, John Bowlby proposed that there were, in very broad terms, two types of attachment that the child could form with the parent/s: SECURE ATTACHMENT and INSECURE ATTACHMENT.
Insecure Attachment :