There’s a good reason your toddler is throwing tantrums


We often think of puberty as the time when children break free from their dependency on their parents and become independent. But the reality is that all of childhood is a process of developing independence, and this process begins in infancy and continues through childhood, adolescence and into young adulthood. The process is called individuation.

Last week’s article on stay-at-home adult children was prompted by my questioning whether, for some of these adults, a failure to individualize could have been the reason they are stuck at home in a childlike role long after it is developmentally appropriate . I therefore thought it useful to return to my original topic of infancy and see how parents can support the process of individuation at the beginning. There’s a good reason your toddler is throwing tantrums

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