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Spread the loveThis is a situation that occurs when a child becomes frightened or nervous on separation from his or her parents. The child could show this by tearing up, refusing to let go of the parents, or by fitting into a rage. Some kids also develop physical symptoms, such as stomachaches or headaches, at the thought of being separated. While this is relatively hard to witness, it is quite commonplace in the early childhood period. Separation anxiety varies greatly between children. Here’re some important facts about separation anxiety. Infants: Separation anxiety develops after a kid gains comprehension of object […]


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