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TASK 4 1 Attachment Formation Differences There is a major difference in ease of attachment between easy-going and fussy children because fussy children require more energy and attention to have their needs met, the parent-child attachment for fussy children is challenging, and the parent-child attachment for easy-going children is smooth. It is self-evident every child is different, but even in infancy, the essential role of the individual temperament can become quite dramatic in shaping the fundamental level of attachment between familiar caregivers and children. First, there is a considerable difference in comparative ease of secure attachment between easy-going and fussy children because fussy children typically require more energy and considerable attention to have their specific needs fulfilled. That means that an infant who is fussy needs more attention to achieve the equivalent level of fulfilment as an easy- going child. A situation in which a fussy child is already experiencing a crisis, may not represent an issue at all for an easy-going child. That undoubtedly means that the parent-child attachment for fussy children is challenging. It inevitably means that in order for a concerned parent to develop a secure
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