Importance Of Social Interactions From Birth
Life is all about human relationships. From birth, children interact with their parents and siblings, and as they grow older, begin to develop relationships with other people.
Your child’s primary connections to the outside world from birth are through the primary caregivers. If positive bonding experiences do not happen, the pathways that are needed in a child’s brain for normal and healthy relational experiences can actually be lost entirely. What research has shown is that children’s ability to maintain a healthy relationship will greatly depend on the care and treatment they receive from their caregiver early on.
The most common question that parents ask once they learn of the detriments of these insecure attachments is: “How can I be intentional about bonding with my baby?” this workshop will support you with exactly that.