All children should be taught to unconditionally accept, approve, admire, appreciate, forgive, trust, and ultimately, love their own person.
There is no debating that the effects of trauma experienced in childhood may have grave consequences.
Attachments that are not fostered may lend to the child's inability to properly attach or have no attachment at all.
Children who are resilient often have an appearance of a Teflon coating: nothing seems to faze these children.
The process of grief and loss is as unique as your personal DNA (deoxyribonucleic acid), no two individuals will have the same experiences or relationship to grief.
Spanking a child is about the parent not the child. The child will learn more from positive correction than physical manipulation.
Secure attachment has been linked to a child's ability to successfully recover and prove resilient in the presence of a traumatic event.
The ramifications of workplace violence can have a lingering effect on the organization for generations.