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Separation Anxiety

How To Ease Your Child’S Separation Anxiety

Separation anxiety varies WIDELY between children. Some babies become hysterical when mom is out of sight for a very short time, while other children seem to demonstrate ongoing anxiety at separations during infancy, toddlerhood, and preschool. Th...

10 Strategies For Dealing With Separation Anxiety

Although the hardest time for you to leave your child is probably in infancy, babies younger than 6 months old can often do fine without you for a night or two (especially if you're not nursing). That's because they haven't yet grasped the concept...

Separation Anxiety Age-By-Age

Until they were 11 months old, my twin boys were so nonchalant whenever I'd leave the room that they seemed like a couple of teenagers. As I'd head off to work, the boys would glance my way, then resume chewing on their barnyard animals or playing...

Developmental Milestones: Separation And Independence In Babies

A baby's individuality takes years to develop so don't worry if your child seems clingy. Find out how your baby copes with separation and how to encourage your child's independence.

How To Deal With Separation Anxiety In A Child

Do you have a child with separation anxiety? In this article you will learn how to tell and what you...

Separation Anxiety In Children: Easing Separation Anxiety Disorder

Separation anxiety can begin before a child’s first birthday, and may pop up again or last until a child is four years old, but both the intensity level and timing of separation anxiety vary tremendously from child to child. A little worry over l...

Tips For Reducing Separation Anxiety In Children

Separation from someone we love can be painful both for children and parents, especially for those in a child care setting. Talk to your caregiver each morning and at the end of the day if possible. Let them know how your child's night went, what...

Separation Anxiety In Moms-How To Cope With Being Away From Your Baby

One night when my son was a baby, my mom was on caretaking duty while my husband and I went to dinner and a movie. Before leaving, I went over the precise order and timing of the bedtime routine with her: bath, PJs in the bedroom, books on the cou...

Separation Anxiety In Babies

Separation anxiety in babies may make them upset when separated from their parents. Watch this video to learn more.

Separation Anxiety | Babycenter

Separation anxiety is a normal emotional stage of development that starts when babies begin to understand that things and people exist even when they're not present – something called "object permanence."

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Super Glue Baby: The No-Cry Separation Anxiety Solution

A tear-free approach to child separation blues-from the bestselling 'No Cry' author a generation of parents have come to trust. Almost every child suffers so...

What's Your Child's Separation Anxiety Style?

There isn't a wrong or a right way for a child to deal with being away from Mom and Dad for the first time. Different kids handle separation anxiety in different ways. The better you know your child's separation style, the more you can help him ge...

Parental Seperation Anxiety: Conquering The Fears Of Short Term Seperation

Becoming a parent is an experience fraught with emotion. It’s common for new parents to be blissfully happy and joyous at the birth of their baby one moment and experience an overwhelming sense of responsibility—and sometimes downright fear to do ...

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Separation Anxiety

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Find out how your baby copes with separation and how to encourage your child to overcome it.