Attachment Disorder: What To Do When Your Child Attaches Too Quickly

Sometimes children respond to an unstable attachment history by working hard to avoid attachments. They’ll do whatever they can to protect themselves from loss by refusing to attach to their caregivers. However, there is another way that children can respond to a challenging early childhood. In this article, foster adoptive mom Kristin Berry addresses the “other side” of attachment difficulties . . . . a child who attaches too quickly to new caregivers.

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Rachel Skousen

Rachel has a long-held passion for adoption that was sealed through her work as the content manager at Adoption.com. She currently works as a content specialist at Adopting.org, finding and sharing amazing adoption content from across the web. She is a mom of three and loves reading and napping in her spare time.

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