Leaving your baby the first time can be emotional. Would you be surprised to learn that babies don't suffer separation anxiety nearly as often as their moms do? It's a natural emotion that every new mother experiences.Read Full Story
Separation anxiety is a normal phase of most children’s development. Children between nine and 12 months old often become upset or sometimes even hysterical when their primary caretaker leaves the room. Children who were adopted out of orphanages or the foster care system are no different -- they experience separation anxiety, too.Read Full Story
With the school year underway now, most young kids are getting used to school and getting over any jitters. But for some kids, separation anxiety is a very real and scary thing. What can you as a parent do if your child is suffering from it? And what if it's you with the anxiety, not your child?Read Full Story
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