Author - Aoife Lyons
As children experience new activities and places, parents may notice an increase in their child’s anxiety or difficulty separating from a parent. Separation anxiety is a normal part of a child’s emotional development that helps a child distinguish between safe and non-safe environments. Peak times for separation anxiety are around eight to 10 months and again at 18 months.
Here are some tips to help ease times of transition:
1. As children learn to identify and manage their e...Posted on August 19, 2011 at 11:00 AM