Friday, 17 February 2017

Stranger Anxiety

What is Stranger Anxiety?   Stranger Anxiety is an intense fear that a baby or toddler feels when they are around someone they don’t know. The condition begins for many children around eight to nine months. Most babies are happy and comfortable around anyone who meets their needs. But, during those first months of life a baby can begin to develop a preference for whom they allow close, even preferring one parent to the other. The baby may become unwilling to allow others hold or even touch them.   What causes Stranger Anxiety? After your baby is born and you

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