Are attachment problems seen in ptsd, bpd and Cptsd?
Yes, attachment problems can be observed in individuals with PTSD, Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD), and Complex PTSD (C-PTSD). Attachment refers to the emotional bond and connection between individuals, often formed in early childhood through interactions with caregivers. Disruptions in attachment can have a significant impact on psychological and emotional well-being.Are attachment problems seen in ptsd, bpd and Cptsd?
Yes, that's correct. While attachment problems can be present in individuals with PTSD, BPD, and C-PTSD, the specific ways they present can vary across these disorders.So you’d say while all attachment problems can be present in all 3, the way they present is different and specific to each disorder?