How to create love and sense of security in your child

Love is a basic or fundamental emotional need which must be fulfilled. We all need and crave for love and affection from different people throughout our life from cradle to grave. Child must be given comfort and security whenever he is distressed or in discomfort. Toys are a poor substitute for love; money cant buy love. It is a wrong believe that love consists for giving the child everything that he wants and buying for him expensive presents.

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Parents can show love by facial expression,tone of voice,understanding his needs,comforting,caressing and cuddling him. Love causes no harm and no child can be spoil by love!

Children are spoil by over protection, over-indulgence and due to lack of consistent discipline. Children who are reared with love and affection are likely to have self-confidence,poise,grace and concern for others.

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They develop empathy and warmth towards other human beings. They would not have any complexes and conflicts in their personality. It is a tragedy that most parents do love their children, but somehow they don’t know how to express it so that the child should feel valued,wanted and respected.

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The bond between parent and child is one of the strongest connections in nature. Romances come and go, but once you’ve bonded with your baby you’re probably hooked for life.

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The love you feel for your child is a basic part of your make-up. Whether you’re a mum or a dad, an adoptive parent or a step-parent, you’re primed to form strong bonds with your child. And your child is equally ready to connect with you.

The secure attachment bond is the nonverbal emotional relationship between an infant and primary caregiver, defined by emotional responses to the baby’s cues, as expressed through movements, gestures, and sounds. The success of this wordless relationship enables a child to feel secure enough to develop fully, and affects how he or she will interact, communicate, and form relationships throughout life. By understanding how you can better participate in this emotional interaction, you can ensure that your child has the best foundation for life.
The quality of the attachment bond varies. A secure bond provides your baby with an optimal foundation for life: eagerness to learn, healthy self-awareness, trust, and consideration for others. An insecure attachment bond, one that fails to meet your child’s need for safety and understanding, can lead to confusion about his or her own identity and difficulties in learning and relating to others in later life.

Why a secure attachment bond is important to your baby

A secure attachment bond teaches your baby to trust you, to communicate their feelings to you, and eventually to trust others as well. As you and your baby connect with one another, your baby learns how to have a healthy sense of self and how to be in a loving, empathetic relationship.

Secure attachment causes the parts of your baby’s brain responsible for social and emotional development, communication, and relationships to grow and develop in the best way possible. This relationship becomes the foundation of your child’s ability to connect with others in a healthy way. Qualities that you may take for granted in adult relationships like empathy, understanding, love, and the ability to be responsive to others are first learned in infancy.

When babies develop a secure attachment bond, they are better able to:

  • Develop fulfilling intimate relationships
  • Maintain emotional balance
  • Feel confident and good about themselves
  • Enjoy being with others
  • Rebound from disappointment and loss
  • Share their feelings and seek support

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ref : http://www.helpguide.org/articles/secure-attachment/how-to-build-a-secure-attachment-bond-with-your-baby.htm

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