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Cause she really loves her mom and dad. Cause she really loves her mom and dad? Mm. What else is she gonna do? Play a little bit. Child 2 (Avoidant in infancy): I don’t know. What could he do? I don’t know! Any ideas? Ow. Ow. ] No, I don’t. No? Wheww. Sit up lion. Child 3 (Ambivalent in infancy): Chase them. Chase who? Their dad and mom in his new toy car—he’s psssshh—run right off. Then what’s gonna happen? And then he’s gonna, then he is gonna . . toss a bow and arrow and shoot them. Shoot his mom and dad?
Copyright 1999 by The Guilford Press. Reprinted by permission. 34 BOWLBY AND BEYOND about her own attachment experience—and her infant’s attachment behavior in the Strange Situation. We might reasonably infer that the strength of the parent’s capacity to reflect coherently on her past will significantly affect her ability to impart security to her child. And, as we will shortly see, the security of our own “state of mind with respect to attachment” may ultimately depend less on the particular facts of personal history—however problematic—than on the success of our efforts to make meaningful sense of that history.
We would do well, in this connection, to consider that much of the thinking, feeling, remembering, and behaving that we observe in our patients (and ourselves) has arisen and persists in order to preserve outdated—but all-too-enduring—internal working models of attachment. The “adhesiveness” of these models has long been central to the concerns of clinicians and researchers alike. Freud, of course, drew our attention to the “repetition compulsion” while Bowlby (1980) remarked on the “self-perpetuating quality” of internal working models.