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I am 23 years old and I am about to give birth to a baby boy (in two months). I must say that I am surprised everything goes extremely well, I am hardly feeling the pregnancy. But I am afraid of what comes after; I have heard that separation anxiety might be a problem. What leads to that in parent-child relation?

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Separation anxiety is something that is considered a normal thing for babies. It usually starts in the second half of the first year of life and its cause is the baby’s inability to recognize permanence and time. Simply put, when you are not in the baby’s view area, the baby does not know if you will return and when. But relax a bit, if this even happens, it passes in time.
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