(HealthDay News) -- It is common and perfectly natural for a young child to feel some separation anxiety when a guardian isn't nearby, Harvard Medical School experts say.
But if separation anxiety is strong enough to interfere with normal activities such as school and friendships, it may be cause for
psychological counseling, the school says.
In cases of more typical separation anxiety, the school suggests:
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