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Synonyms for attachment

Synonyms for attachment

the condition of being closely tied to another by affection or faith

a subordinate element added to another entity

Synonyms for attachment

a feeling of affection for a person or an institution

a supplementary part or accessory

a writ authorizing the seizure of property that may be needed for the payment of a judgment in a judicial proceeding

a connection that fastens things together

faithful support for a cause or political party or religion

the act of attaching or affixing something

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However, the focus on bonding with God has not addressed whether parental marital status predicts variability in attachment to God.
The seminal work in attachment theory originated from observations of orphans during the Second World War (Bowlby, 1973, 1988).
Kirkpatrick (1999) posited that many Christians view themselves to be in relationship with God and there are, in fact, many similarities between this perceived relationship with God and child-caregiver attachment processes.
Indeed, attachment to God has proven to be a useful predictor of a number of diverse outcomes including coping, body image and well-being (e.
1) Semi precision attachments may be either manufactured patterns (made of plastic, nylon, or wax) or hand waxed.
Precision attachments are basically classified as follows (Goodkind & Baker, 1976): (7)
According to attachment theory, children will gradually construct initial expectations concerning self, others, and the self-in-relation-to-others, referred to as internal working models, which will be mainly based on the attachment figure's emotional availability and responsiveness to the child's needs (Bowlby, 1973; Collins & Read, 1994).
We argued that when people believe that human nature is good (low cynicism), they might want to maintain a new interpersonal relationship by applying their prototypical internal working model in the relationship and, in such a case, transference of attachment style would be strong.
Imagine attachment as the ready to open flower "bud", or the drop of water that forms the lake, the sea, the ocean.
The concept of attachment and the attachment theory are fundamentally connected to John Bowlby's name.
Additionally, the amount of claims that an insurance reviewer can process in a day is restricted by the use of paper and other attachments.
Whether it is held up with the postal service, sits on someone's desk or is filed in the wrong place, paper attachments have a way of not making it to the claims reviewer.
This rate disparity between cable and telco providers for pole attachments created significant controversy at the commission as cable companies and telcos became fierce competitors.
The FCC opened a docket to determine the appropriate rate for broadband connections and pole attachments.
According to classical approaches (Bowlby, 1969, 1979), attachment is defined as the emotional bond the child develops with caregivers, and which provides the emotional security that is essential for sound development of the personality.