As a parent, worrying is basically a part of the job description. Are they eating too much? Too little? Did they really get that bruise from riding their bike? Or did something — or rather, someone — give it to them? Seemingly, how does a caregiver distinguish what behaviors are common in children and which aren’t? When should a parent raise their concern? Writing for The Huffington Post, child therapist, author and creator of AnxiousToddlers.com, Natasha Daniels, highlighted 10 specific behaviors that warrant concern from a professional. Here they are.
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