Children with secure attachments are more likely to be curious and to engage in exploration and problem-solving behaviors.
They may be more willing to try new things and to persist in the face of challenges.
They may also have a supportive network of people they can turn to for help and guidance.
On the other hand, children with insecure attachments may have difficulty developing problem-solving skills. They may be more hesitant to explore their environment and try new things, and they may be more prone to feelings of anxiety and fear.
They may also have difficulty trusting others and may lack the social support and coping skills necessary to effectively solve problems.
It’s important for parents and caregivers to be aware of the impact that attachment can have on children’s problem-solving skills.
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