Friday, 7 April 2017

Helping Children with Separation Anxiety

Separation anxiety is something that experienced by most children as they are growing. It is common for babies who are around seven months old to become distressed when they are away from their parents or parent. This happens because children become afraid that when the person that cares for them leaves, they will not come back. Children often cry, shyness, stop speaking, try to hang on to their parent or become shy. By the time they are five years old, most children realize that their parent always returns and grow out of their separation anxiety, but while they are experiencing

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