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A Comparison of Earned-Secure and Secure Attachment Styles a
Transcript of A Comparison of Earned-Secure and Secure Attachment Styles a
Their Effects on Relationship Quality
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Prove that individuals do not have to become what they have lived through or be defined by their past.
Earned- Secure individuals can be effective and compassionate caregivers as well as experience just as positive and healthy romantic relationships as Continuous-Secures
"Earned-secure wives regulated their affect as well as continuous-secure wives in their marital problem-solving interactions."
"Earned-secure and continuous-secure wives expressed more positive affect than preoccupied wives and less withdrawal than dismissing wives."
"Earned-secure wives regulated their affect as well as continuous-secure wives and more competently than dismissing and preoccupied wives."
"Difficult childhood experiences alone may not confer a greater vulnerability for future relationship problems."
"Under low stress the positive caring of the earned-secures did not differ significantly from the continuous-secures."
"Under high stress the positive caring of the earned-secures did not differ significantly from the continuous-secures, however, the positive parenting was significantly higher than insecures."
"A problematic upbringing does not lead to inter generational continuity of poor parenting under high stress conditions. "
"Attachment Style of foster carers as measured by the Attachment Style Questionnaire was not found to be related to the quality of care provided to children. "
"Individuals who have worked through difficult childhoods were found not to be more steeled against stress than those who had happy childhoods."
"Only under high stress do earned-secures show more positive parenting than insecures. "
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