Usually, separation anxiety happens when children are in preschool, which means… it’s kinda not mandatory. But, let’s be honest, the socialization is great for our kids, and it’s nice to have time for a shower. It’s such a ridiculous experience if you think about it, you’re torturing your child and yourself and the whole time you’re asking, “For what?” For three hours of freedom, which you’re going to spend worried and upset? When it’s happening, all your parenting instincts are telling you to go in and save your child from this injustice and then finally the teacher pops out and says something like, “It’s okay mom, she’s doing great.” Meanwhile, you hear the dry heaving in the back ground. Continue reading
Tori Spelling has been tweeting about her 2-year-old daughter Stella’s upsetting separation anxiety during her first days of preschool. Recently Tori wrote, “I said to Stella ‘you get to go to school today & play and see your friends’ & she smiled & said ‘And you’re gonna leave me.’ My heart broke!” Ugh, what mom doesn’t know that feeling?