Children who have a secure attachment tend to be more confident and independent, and are better able to regulate their emotions and behavior. They are also more likely to form positive relationships with their peers and to be successful in school. In contrast, children who have an insecure attachment with their caregiver may have difficulty forming relationships, may be more anxious or aggressive, and may have more difficulty regulating their emotions and behaviors.
It’s important to note that attachment is not a one-time event, but rather a dynamic process that evolves over time. As children grow and develop, their attachment patterns may change and shift. It’s also important to recognize that every child is different, and the impact of attachment on their social skills and behavior may vary.
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