Teaching your Child to Share

If you’ve ever raised a child, you know that there is a selfish stage. During this stage what’s theirs is theirs, what’s yours is theirs, and what’s not theirs is also theirs. Not wanting to share is completely natural. In fact, younger children haven’t fully developed the concept of object permanence, so they may assume…

How to Help a Child with Separation Anxiety

Separation anxiety is extremely common in younger children, though it can even occur in older children. It tends to develop under two years, but it can actually occur at many different stages in a child’s life. Separation anxiety can develop after a particularly stressful occurrence, such as divorce, a change in environment, or when the…