Children can be divided into five broad groups, depending on their age and gender.1) “Children of age” are children who are in their first years of life, between 2 and 3 years old.
These children are the ones most likely to suffer from social isolation and behavioral problems.2) “Mature” children are about 6 to 8 years old, typically around the age of 11.
These kids have the potential to learn and develop, but also may be vulnerable to problems in their social interaction, such as isolation and social withdrawal.3) “Younger” children can be anywhere from 2 to 8 or 11 to 18.
They’re typically between the ages of 10 and 12, which are the most vulnerable to social isolation.4) “Very young” children may not yet be able to process the idea of their parents being a parent, but they may be able by age 6 or 7 to process a change in their parent or guardian.5) “Teenagers” are those who are about 15 to 17 years old and who have a parent who is also a parent.
They may have a lot of autonomy and autonomy can be problematic.
If you’re unsure of what to do, you may want to check with your child psychologist, child development specialist or social worker.