Parenting Children with Attachment Disorders

@inproceedings{Thomas2001ParentingCW,
  title={Parenting Children with Attachment Disorders},
  author={Nancy L. Thomas},
  year={2001}
}
Publisher Summary Parents of a Reactive Attachment Disordered (RAD) child often silently carry bruises where their child has inflicted pain on their bodies and their hearts, yet they still seek answers and solutions rather than turn away. In order to understand and have a well-defined perspective of the solutions, one must clearly see the problem. Until the child can see the way out, feel safe enough to try and have someone love them enough to lower a steady ladder, the disturbed child will… Expand
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