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Published on Jan 16, 2012
Whether it's a teddy bear named "Fuzzy" or an extra place setting at the tea table, imaginary friends are a perfectly healthy and normal part of being a child. In this Children's Channel video podcast, Geoffrey Putt, PsyD, director of parenting and family support services at Akron Children's Hospital, discusses why kids create imaginary friends, as well as some of the benefits of these concealed companions.