Research and compare the impact of divorce on preschool, school-age, and adolescent children. Use attachment theory in the paper and answer number 1. and 2. all instructions are added please read instructions carefully my professor said the grammar was not good on other papers. The book has to be one of the scholarly sources the GCU library has to be another which I have added the link and one sources of your own. this is a four (4) page paper. Due in ten days. I will send the files on tuesday
The Impact of Divorce Name Affiliation/Institution Course Date The Impact of Divorce According to the Merriam-Webster online dictionary, the term attachment denotes â€œstrong feelings of affection or loyalty for someone or something.â€ With reference to Bowlby`s 1969 definition of the word, McLeod (2009) defined the term as â€œa deep and enduring emotional bond that connects one person to another across time and space.â€ Primarily, the term describes the emotional connection that often exists or that grows between people. From this term, John Bowlby coined the attachment theory in 1969 which essentially, helps to emphasize the importance of attachment in personal development. According to Bowlby, a person`s ability to form either a physical or an emotional attachment goes hand in hand with their sense of security and stability to grow and also develop as different personalities. Through Bowlby`s work, the notion that a child`s healthy and active development depends heavily on their ability to form a stable connection with at least a single parent (mother or father) was conceived. Researchers have built on his works, and some even went ahead and linked the attachment theory and divorce. In this article, the author will use the attachment theory to elucidate on the impacts of divorce on preschool, school-age as well as adolescent children. As per the attachment theory, children develop a sense of ...