Maternal Separation Anxiety: It’s Hard to Let Go
July 16, 2014
As part of a discussion about maternal separation anxiety on the Kars4Kids Blog, Dr. Thompson was interviewed about summer camps and “childsickness.”
An excerpt from the article:
But, “it’s important for a parent to master his or her own emotions.” Most of your child’s sweetest memories, nearly 80% of them, will occur away from you. Learning to let them go is healthy for their development. But, if you can’t manage that anxiety and depression, you may be suffering from maternal separation anxiety.
Read the full article at www.kars4kids.org