Jeanne, Marti, Robinson focus on the idea that a child’s success in school and in life is the

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Jeanne, Marti, Robinson focus on the idea that a child’s success in school and in life is the attachment created with the primary caregiver. Jeanne, Marti, Robinson aim towards a general audience, the authors attempt to convey their audience that the secure attachment will impact the child’s mental, physical, social, and emotional health that just providing simple parental love towards the child doesn’t set them up for success in the future. The authors emphasize how the attachment bond is important for the child’s development. Specifically, the secure attachment bond with a child will provide confidence of safety and key foundations to the extent that the child will learn empathy, eagerness, and trust. The authors support their positions…show more content…
The idea that an insecure attachment will interfere with the child’s development seems to support the idea that a secure attachment bond is more convenient for both child and parent although their ideas seem too vague, and not compare examples between a secure and an insecure child. Dewar focuses on attachment parenting practices. Aiming towards mostly parents, Dewar attempts to convince that parenting attachment practices correlate with a secure attachment bond of a child. The author emphasizes that parents should practice attachment in order to create a secure attachment that is proven to be the most beneficial for the child. The author supports his position by listing examples of how to practice the attachment which are “breastfeeding, baby-wearing, nurturing touch, being responsive towards the baby cries, being sensitive and responsive, and co-sleeping.”(Dewar) This suggestions support his position that attachment practice will lead toward parents developing a secure attachment with the child. The author assumes that infant directed speech and minded parenting promotes secure attachment. His suggestion seem accurate but doesn’t seem to take in consideration different parent thoughts about how to raise

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