“It Is Not Good for Man 2B Alone” –Good Relationship with Parents Can Mediate Child’s Learning Disabilities

Here’s a surprising new study on how the strength of a child’s attachment to mom and dad helps improve learning disabilities.

Adolescents with learning disabilities were discovered to have less secure attachments with significant adult figures compared to their non-disabled peers, which had a direct impact on their socioemotional state. Within the disabled group, those who had more secure attachments to their mother and father, or who considered their teacher caring and available, exhibited fewer negative emotions, feelings of loneliness, and behavior problems — all of which can interfere with learning.  Read more.

 

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