Child Separation Anxiety Disorder

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Children can feel anxious and insecure when they are separated from their parents or important caregivers. Most children will become more confident as they get older, so separation anxiety usually goes away. If separation anxiety persists after five years of age and begins to affect your child’s life, such as when he or she is unable to see their parent. If your child refuses to go out of sight of a parent, then Separation Anxiety Disorder may be a possibility. This is when separation anxiety is excessive and a child is unable to leave home or from a loved one (such a parent or caregiver). You can read more …

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