Reactive Attachment Issues
Reactive attachment disorder is a problem with social interaction that occurs when a child’s basic physical and emotional needs are neglected, particularly when the child is an infant. Often times, children who are adopted from foreign orphanages are commonly affected, particularly if they were removed from their birth parents during the first weeks of life.To learn more, please visit the National Institutes of Health website.
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