Separation Anxiety And Stranger Danger

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The first attachment that takes place is typically to the infant’s parents or primary caregiver. Many children are in childcare setting early on in life. While their first stage in life is at home with parents, around two to three months of age, children typically will enter into their childcare program. This transition is often difficult for the infant due to the attachment that grew during those first few months. Separation anxiety and stranger danger is common in infants that have formed an attachment to their parents during their first childcare experience. Separation anxiety and stranger danger displays themselves in similar ways. First off, both will present themselves in infants by crying and fussing when the child is handed off to a