Friday, 17 February 2017

Surviving Your Baby’s Separation Anxiety

Ease Your Baby’s, and Your Own, Anxiety When You Have to Leave   What is “separation anxiety;” that dreaded stage every infant goes through? Is it necessary for every child to pass through this phase? And what can a parent do to make it easier on all concerned?   Separation anxiety is a developmental phase infants go through in which they display distress when not in the presence on their main caregiver, let’s say, their mother. This period is often most pronounced from ten to eighteen months. By the end of the second year the child’s separation anxiety usually begins

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