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Thank you for your quick response. I really do appreciate it. I am worried however about the future complications of what you wrote about what will eventually happen:
"He will cry and be clingy, but the staff can validate his feelings without giving in to them. He will cry less and less and finally get used to it." I understand but, that sounds like turning him into an orphan who will not show emotions...I read everywhere that the first 2 years of their life is very important for the infants to become trusting, confident adults. If he is forced into cry by himself, will it affect him later on?
Thank you again,
.OKMH53016130 My son is very anxious. He gets like