Wednesday, 1 March 2017

Separation Anxiety in Children

Making Good-Byes Easier Most parents will experience the trauma of tearful goodbyes associated with leaving the side of their young child or infant. Although it is a completely normal and developmentally appropriate part of childhood and infancy, it is often a disconcerting and heartbreaking experience that will replay itself over and over. These tearful and tear-filled goodbyes are known clinically as separation anxiety. It affects most children (and parents equally) at some point in their development, but most often it occurs between 8 months and 2 ½ years of age. This age span is quite broad, but it takes into

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