Parenting rollercoaster: The best way of dealing with a clingy child

A common problem parents encounter is that their child becomes distressed when they leave them.

9th August, 2008

A common problem parents encounter is that their child becomes distressed when they leave them.

If you’re finding that your little one is upset and clingy in certain situations – such as being left with a babysitter or starting pre-school – it’s important that you explore ways of helping them to cope.

Try to look at the new situation from your child’s point of view and examine what might be causing...

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