A parent's guide toimaginary friends
Wednesday, May 23, 2007
Many young children have imaginary friends, and it is certainly nothing to worry about. Instead, it should be viewed as a sign of a child with a good imagination. While you may have concerns regarding your child having an imaginary friend, it is important not to dismiss their existence or make too much of an issue of things. A child is only likely to get upset if you tell them that their 'friend' does not exist.
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