Andrew Leeds' Sonoma Psychotherapy Training Institute posted a great article on its blog: Developmental Pathways to Dissociation. They quote Dutra, Bianchi, Siegel, and Lyons-Ruth saying that ". . . lack of positive maternal affective involvement, maternal flatness of affect, and overall disrupted maternal communication were the strongest predictors of dissociation in young adulthood." Read the whole article here: http://www.sonomapti.com/sonomaptiblog_files/developmental_pathways_to_dissociation.html
Dissociation Often Caused By Disrupted Attachment
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I find this an amazingly profound insight because I think in terms of my own past how I thought I just zoned out of a “bad situation”. It is an interesting thought to me to attempt to think about if I just “zoned out” or if I did something more protective to manage those issues. Thanks for the insight.