Reactive Attachment Disorder and Brain
To understand our children by the Reactive Attachment Disorder (RAD) method, we know more about the brain. The more you learn about the brain, the more you will understand the behavior of your RAD child. Here is a short introduction to the subject. Bruce Perry, a psychiatrist psychiatrist and neuroscientist with challenges in working with children and their families, 90% of brain development occurs in the first three years of life. It is critical for the healthy development of the brain to care for infants and young children. Hundreds of thousands of times when an infant cries of hunger and caring mother tensorises hundreds of times a thousand times and nourishes the child, a healthy development of the brain occurs. Hundreds of thousands of times the baby absorbs contaminated nappies, and every time the diaper changes instantly, the healthy development of the brain occurs. When an infant or toddler invites the game and a loving person plays with this child, healthy brain development occurs. And every time these events occur, hugging, hugging, and running through other close physical and emotional relationships, each of which promotes healthy brain development.
The effect of neglect and abuse is devastating. If these demands are consistently not met when a mother, father or other carer does not chronically care when the baby cries, the development of a healthy brain may not occur. A baby whose needs are not fulfilled will be angry and angry until he is alone. The long-term result is that the baby learns of the totally wrong self-regulation, which has many consequences, not least that he does not trust any kind of care, and in any way attempts to fully control any situation. Obviously, this is not a description of a healthy kid. What we see is, children who are chronically tense, nervous and hyper-sensitive, sometimes counting as fighting or flying. This is devastating for the child's future.
This is about the brain. The brain's fight or flight center is the brain's most beneficial part, the brainstem, the brain of the amygdala, also known as the reptilian. Consider the ever-present vigilance of reptiles who are always ready to run or fight (bite). When the development of a healthy brain fails, the eternal child is literally stuck in the brain stem.
When a good nutrition has been made, the baby experiences the experiences of love and care that are found in the limbic system of the brain. The baby "learns" that adults are trustworthy and their environment safe. They learn they do not have to control them.
The RAD child is not deliberately mistrustful in adults, especially in caregivers. Not a choice. The RAD child's rage is unintentional and planned (most of the time). This is the result of the stimulus and response – the effect of exogenously induced stimulus in the brain.
Not all bad news. The brain can be healed, relationships can be improved. It can be a long and tedious process that requires great dedicated parents who can build a strong support team. And understanding the role of brain can be decisive in figuring out what will work best to help our children.
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