A baby’s first language is cry. That is a God-given gift. That was the only way a baby..., the baby is smart enough to know that crying has become a weapon.
The baby grows to a toddler...
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necessarily true. I see two types of clients: those who cry easily and those for whom shedding a tear... toward a healthier middle ground.
Some clients begin to cry the minute they sit down on my office couch...
This sounds very much like my daughter with autism. Perhaps you could direct mom's attention to a news story or some neutral source about autism, and gently ask if she's spoken about her child's development with her doctor. I
You could be dealing with a slight case of depression. How long has this been going on? If it's been over two weeks then I would definitely suggest that you see your doctor. You don't have to live like this... Best advice
You have mononucleosis.
I'm not a doctor- just a patient. Does it hurt to swallow? Have you been to the doctor to be tested for strep throat? Are you running a fever? The swollen glands, fatigue, and throat sound like the st
Does she have lupus? (You posted in the lupus community)
Because 1 year old is so young, an infection can become a serious thing quite quickly. You need to check often if she has a fever, and if one develops, get her to a
Oh my dear Mommy. Struggling to raise our children, is very normal! I think most moms experience this roller coaster of feeling like we're doing a good job and our kids are behaviing, and then having those days when you fe
Check her paw thoroughly, parting the toes and checking between them top and bottm for cuts, punctures, foreign bodies, ticks, evidence of stings, etc and treat accordingly. If there's no sign of external trauma, it's possib