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Teary and tantrum-filled goodbyes are common with separation anxiety, which is a perfectly
normal part of childhood development.
Anxiety is a normal part of growing up, and all kids experience it. But when it becomes
extreme, it can interfere with a child's overall happiness.
It's normal for children to feel afraid at times. Parents can help kids feel safe
and learn to feel at ease.
What teachers should know about anxiety disorders, and how to help students in the
Learn about the normal feelings and emotions of childhood and adolescence.
Being a kid doesn't always mean being carefree - even the youngest tots worry. Find
out what stresses kids out and how to help them cope.
Your baby is learning more about the world through play and is beginning to use words.
Keep those toys and games coming!
Sleep problems are common in the second half of a baby's first year. It's best to
respond to your baby's needs with the right balance of concern and consistency.
Nighttime feedings may be a thing of the past, but in this second year of life your
tot might be rising for other reasons. Learn more.
Though most can't talk, babies are great communicators. Here's what to expect in the
first year of life.