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What are the three stages of separation anxiety?
The first step of separation anxiety is called protest. The person may argue loudly about the leaving, or even begin to cry. The second stage is Despair, in which the child/person becomes extremely quiet. The final stage is Detachment, where the child/person would rather be completely alone than interact with others.
The three stage of separation anxiety are despair, detachment, and protesting. First you must be able to feel safe in your envirnoment then trust people other than your parents and feel confiednt that everything is going to be okay.


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