Three confidence models

 (Under construction – need to finish and make proper English)

More actively psychiatrist John Bowlby [[1]] and later others psychologist, psychiatrist develop “Attachment theory” and from that come out “Three confidence models”. widely recognized there are three theoretical models of trust , which is characterized by trust attitudes and actions [56 ]. By the time this model has settled deeper into the body and affects the child’s future child , then adult action. Result more difficult to change their trust [13 ]. However, confidence in knowing your model , it can deliberately influence the way an individual or in collaboration with appropriate specialists [52 ].

The first pattern is characterized by harmonious confidence. Confidence is formed , if the parents are present and responds every time a child requests the aid of losing their sense of security or fear of situations that are not known. Direct presence of an older , responsiveness , predictability and treatment izprotoša marginal and emotional discomfort in situations of child creates the desire to explore the world , trusting those around [6 ]. Supportive activity stimulates the child’s continuing self-development and growth [25 ]. The child felt convinced that trusting and relying on themselves and those around can be more secure as a result of an emotionally pleasant to explore the world.

The second pattern is characterized by uncertainty and doubt – trust or distrust . Such a pattern of relations are formed in situations where parents are not predictable, because only occasionally show support and empathy . This creates anxiety and a sense of exclusion , as a child constantly compelled to guard and make sure that support will be provided . However, overall, the child is still willing to trust . Unfortunately, the older part of such a relationship model in which a child is maintained in the fear of exclusion , chosen as the disciplining and control mechanism.


The third pattern is characterized by turbulent closed In the form of a complete lack of confidence and conviction to refuse to support. The child feels left behind and rejected . Result of man trying to survive without the love and support surrounding the realization that the world is one and the bystander not possible to trust . Such a pattern of relations formed a long time to feel a sense of repeated refusal to support and understand the child.

Three trust models quoted a certain style, as relations between a man will do . Trust is a key factor in human communication [18 ]. Trust is a fragile part of the personal emotional experience , while also motivating to move and strong interpersonal component . Since people are living in a society where most people reach personal goals mutually cooperate , then the confidence in the ability to have a critical role in the path of the planned targets. If parents are aware of and harmonize their own and their children’s personality characteristics and skills of confidence , then it is an important step in effective communication awareness and skills development as well as communication competence. Sense of trust , people can change and sometimes do the little potential [56 ].

Your ever well-wisher with love and encouragement BVG Janaka das
24 Mar 2011 –

[1] John Bowlby (26 February 1907–2 September 1990) was a British psychologist, psychiatrist and psychoanalyst, notable for his interest in child development and for his pioneering work in attachment theory.

About BVG Janaka das

BVG Janaka das has international exposure across geographies, cultures, sciences, and Spiritual Practices, that he is bringing out the best in the participants and empowering them “Live Powerful Life what They Love to Live. He has experience as a leader of Transformative and Experiential Education, Balanced and Healthy lifestyle Education, of Personality Development, group dynamics and team building group seminars-workshops. He has experience and knowledge in coaching, consulting, leading, creating and managing innovative educational programs and management projects.
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