Nicole channelPosted on 2019 December
Maternal responses to their child's emotional expression also play a significant role in teaching the child how to manage his or her own emotions Eisenberg et al. Does my friend have children as well and will their time be free or dictated? In the next sections, we describe the targets for this intervention that incorporates what we know about attachment and family-based interventions for BPD.
Is this okay? However, the difference with this approach is that the therapist observes the interactions between the mother and the child to facilitate the mother linking her past experiences and own attachment style to that of her current relationship with her child. Mothers with BPD may encounter unique parenting challenges, especially in light of the lack of efficacy they feel as parents. For example, an aunt tete has more power to openly criticise and preside over family disputes.