Module Material From Attachment Within The Early Years And Adolescence

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Mind (2013) states that the term ‘well-being’ is how one feels from ‘day to day’ (Mind, 2013), how one is able to live, work and take part within their community by having the confidence and friendship’s. One is also resilient to any changes and adversity in their lives (Mind, 2013). This assignment is going to draw on the E219 module materials from Attachment within the Early Years and Adolescence and Emotion within the Early Years, Middle Childhood and Adolescence. The type of attachment a child has with their caregiver will determine the level of their well-being they have. These, attachments change as the child grows up into an adolescent. Their emotions develop over time form the basic understanding of happiness to more complex emotions that come with puberty. Doward (2014) produced an article based upon the report of Layard et al (2014) the main points will be analysed including; how he claims that one’s income level does not play a big part in ones happiness and that David Cameron has said the same. Yet in comparison Hamburgh’s (2016) newspaper report and Luscombe’s (2010) study stat that money can make people happy. Karreman & Vingerhoets (2012) identifies that the level of one’s well-being is linked to their attachment type. Another significant aspect to a child 's well-being is the emotions they have and develop over time and how attachments and emotions are interlinked. The emotional knowledge and the community of where a child lives is linked to Sameroff’s (1987)
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