The misconceptions about attachment parenting

Suchada Eickemeyer discusses some of the most common misconceptions and myths about attachment parenting, and how she found through her own experience that attachment parenting fostered independence and trust.
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The misconceptions about attachment parenting

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Some of the most common misconceptions about attachment parenting are that parents become slaves to their children or that children completely run the household or that you have to run around and make your schedule complete revolve around that child. In my experience, attachment parenting allowed us to do the opposite. When I was close to my child, it gave us more freedom with our relationship. If I needed to go away somewhere, we had a trust there that wasn't going to be broken. Being close to my children, actually, gave me more freedom. It didn't make my child run our household at all.

Suchada Eickemeyer discusses some of the most common misconceptions and myths about attachment parenting, and how she found through her own experience that attachment parenting fostered independence and trust.

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Suchada Eickemeyer

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Suchada Eickemeyer is a writer who blogs about natural parenting at MamaEve.com. She has two toddler boys who are exuberant and hilarious. Her favorite thing to do with them is cuddle in bed on Saturday mornings. When she gets free time she runs, spends time with friends, and cuts loose.

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