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10 Nov 2015
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Reactive Attachment Disorder comes from a failure to form normal attachments to primary caregivers in early childhood. For some children it takes place when they do not obtain the love and affection that every infant needs. Studies show that in order for fault a child's brain that's responsible for regulating affection to build up normally, 'entrainment' between the mother and infant's brain must occur through the child's first Eighteen months of life.

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Brain waves in mother and child often come into harmony with all the brain waves from the other; they are in sync, if you will. This is what happens when mothers respond to the requirements their children, and it lays the building blocks for...