Monday, 3 April 2017

Infant and Toddler Separation Anxiety

True separation anxiety that occurs in infants and toddlers is different than separation anxiety disorder. We are exploring the “normal” stages of true separation anxiety that children experience. This is simply a natural stage of child development. Like other stages this will pass. Most babies can experience separation anxiety about 12 months to 18 months. Sometimes it comes on quickly and takes parents by surprise. It seems like they are happy and friendly with everyone and then one day Mom is theone person who they want or the only who can calm their nerves. Many babies also experience separation anxiety

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