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Research says that the more sociable you are and the more you wear your heart on your sleeve, the more likely you are to cry for positive and negative events.
Do Cry for Argentina, Say Exiles in Atlanta," Atlanta Journal and Constitution
1 per cent of participants said they were likely to cry for the death of someone close no distinction was made between, at the one extreme, a single brief stab of tears-in-eyes at the graveside and, at the other extreme, prolonged episodes of convulsive sobbing occurring over days or weeks of the bereavement period.
I let Zac cry for 10 minutes before going to him, but it was so hard at first.
There's a world of difference between letting your baby cry for five minutes to see if they'll settle and letting them get really distressed.
Did rock too hard, though, a couple of times and got a very shrill cry for rough handling.
Babies cry for a variety of reasons, including hunger and thirst, being hot or cold, wanting attention, tiredness, discomfort and pain.
IF you don't respond, he'll cry for longer, continuing until he gets the attention that he needs.
Often crying occurs in the late afternoon or early evening, when your baby may cry for as long as half an hour.