Nightmares and night terrors
Things that go bump in the night
Nightmares are very common among youngsters, writes Dr
Melanie Woodfield in her investigation into what's disrupting our
preschoolers' sweet dreams.
It's a brave mum or dad who admits they've never been afraid of the
dark. Most of us are no longer jumping on our beds in case the
monsters grab our ankles, so what happened? Did the fears just
disappear? Where did they come from in the first place? Why is it
that so many children are afraid of the dark, of...
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