According to statistics, the majority of parents have a second child when the first is in their third year. However, according to a CNRS study, this age gap between the two children is one of the most difficult to manage. Marcel Rufo, child psychiatrist, explains why.
In this new video of "Rufo says too much" produced by Milan press, the child psychiatrist Marcel Rufo, explains the reasons for this difficulty. It also gives advice on how to best prepare for the arrival of the baby and thus limit the difficulties created with the elder.
In the previous episode, Marcel Rufo answered the question: "Is my child late or early on learning?"
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