Separation Anxiety: How To Help Your Child Say 'See You Later'
November 7, 2016•10 min
Have you suddenly started to trip over your child? When you try to leave him with grandma, does he start to wail and throw a tantrum? Your child may be experiencing separation anxiety, a typical rite of passage for children between the ages of eight and 12 months that should disappear at about two years. Young children aren't the only ones to experience separation anxiety, sometimes mothers will be unable to leave their child with anyone. Tune in to SMG Radio and hear Allison H. Berry, LCSW, discuss how to respond to an anxious child and soothe their fears and yours.