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Studies of intergenerational transmission of attachment patterns suggest that parents’ inner working models of their own early experience do influence their responses to their child’s signals, thus influencing the child’s attachment pattern (Bolen, 2000). Research indicates that the qualities of both the attachment figure and those of the child are equally important, that they are in continuous interaction, and that transmission is a dynamic property. The research on the stability, predictability, and dynamic nature of attachment reveals consistent support for all of these characteristics (Bolen, 2000).

Over the next ten years, the symptoms of her advancing mental illness intruded into their lives, interrupting her jobs, causing strange behaviors. She could be physically abusive, burning Robert with an iron on one occasion, or locking the children out of the home for hours on others. 20 Theoretical Perspectives 21 Her mental illness hung between her and her children like a curtain, precluding emotional closeness and comfort. Sometimes she failed to notice or attend to her children’s health problems.

Resilience research demonstrates that the impact of adversity can be reduced through positive interpersonal processes and coping strategies that lead to success and enhanced self-esteem. Positive experiences that directly counter or compensate for a risk factor can “neutralize” or counterbalance the negative impact of an earlier experience (Rutter, 1999). , 2007; Masten, 2001; Rutter, 1999). Another important aspect of resilience is the individual’s cognitive processing style. How the person views negative experiences and how this is incorporated into the sense of self is likely to play a part in allowing the individual to move forward in a positive way.

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