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This week on MD for Moms, I’ll be interviewing writer Bethany Saltman, regarding the Strange Situation and Attachment Theory, the subject of her New York Magazine Article and her forthcoming book STRANGE SITUATION: THE LOVE STORY OF A LIFETIME. What does ‘attachment style‘ mean and how does the child/mother relationship beginning in infancy color how a person will experience relationships throughout their lifetime? Attachment is not dictated by whether you co-sleep with or exclusively nurse your baby, if you stay-at-home or if you go to an office daily; attachment is far deeper and more profound a connection. So, what is attachment, why does it matter and what actually determines a person’s attachment style? Listen to the show to find out!
Learn more about my guest, Bethany Saltman:
Bethany Saltman is an award-winning editor, writer, and researcher whose work has appeared in and been written about in many major magazines such as New York Magazine, Parents Magazine, and Slate. Her communications firm, Inner & Outer Consulting works with leading experts and entrepreneurs on creative messaging and coaching, and her book Strange Situation, her own maternal journey into the science of attachment, will drop by Random House in 2018. Bethany lives nestled in the mountains of the Catskills with her husband, daughter, and standard poodle.