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How To Respond To Crying

Contribution by Dr. Bakulesh Chauhan
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Dec 09, 2014

Brief Description

When children have an unmet need that is beginning to really cause a disruption in their nervous system, they cry or get really whiney as a direct reaction to the discomfort. The crying then enters us through our senses—mostly through sound, but visually as well if we see their contorted face and the tension in their bodies—and then travels from the sensory areas of our brain, into the limbic system and down into our bodies, all resulting in the feeling of "Something is wrong and we have got to

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