The thought of leaving your toddler or young child with a babysitter or at a daycare center often concerns parents and terrifies children. If your family is facing a challenge like this, read on to learn how to reduce, and eventually eliminate separation anxiety for your child. At home, allow your child to approach friends, relatives, and strangers on his or her own terms. This way, the child will learn to become comfortable approaching people; this is beneficial in a daycare setting because a child must learn to communicate needs to a caregiver. Giving a child time to observe people
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