Sentences with Attachment, Attachment in a Sentence in English, Sentences For Attachment

Sentences with Attachment, Attachment in a Sentence in English, Sentences For Attachment

1. Attachment parenting is not a passive parenting style.

2. A feeling of aversion or attachment toward something is your clue that there’s work to be done.

3. Attachment is the great fabricator of illusions; reality can be obtained only by someone who is detached.

4. A slender acquaintance with the world must convince every man that actions, not words, are the true criterion of the attachment of friends.

5. After years in the Chinese workforce, I had developed an emotional attachment to money. My earnings were my hard work and long hours; my savings were comforts deferred.

6. By developing a contaminated, stigmatized identity, the child victim takes the evil of the abuser into herself and thereby preserves her primary attachments to her parents.

7. I have a neuroscience background – that’s what my doctorate is in – and I was trained to study hormones of attachment, so I definitely feel my parenting is informed by that.

8. Let go of your attachment to being right, and suddenly your mind is more open. You’re able to benefit from the unique viewpoints of others, without being crippled by your own judgement.

9. There is a fuzzy but real distinction that can and I believe should be made, between patriotism, which is attachment to a way of life, and nationalism, which is the insistence that your way of life deserves to rule over other ways of life.

10. I’ve become sort of an accidental advocate for attachment parenting, which is a style of parenting that… basically, the way mammals parent and the way people have parented for pretty much all of human history except the last 200 years or so.

11. A thought is harmless unless we believe it. It’s not our thoughts, but our attachment to our thoughts, that causes suffering. Attaching to a thought means believing that it’s true, without inquiring. A belief is a thought that we’ve been attaching to, often for years.