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A secure base: Parent–child attachment and healthy human development

Author(s): Bowlby J

Abstract

Thirty years ago the British psychiatrist John Bowlby revolutionized our understanding of human development by scientifically demonstrating that the nature of our early bonds with our parents plays a crucial role throughout our lives. . . . Now Bowlby elaborates these ideas and offers further evidence of the ways in which strong emotional ties promote mental health.
"A Secure Base" illuminates many other aspects of intimate relationships, including fathers' unique roles, the origins of depression in childhood experience, and the special communication between psychotherapists and their patients. 

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