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Post Wed, Jul 14 2021, 5:05 am
My ds keeps on crying it's like an automatic behaviour. What works for me is, I tell him he can cry in his room as long as he wants but if he wants to talk to me he has to stop crying. BH I am seeing a huge improvement.
Obviously I don't do this when he hurts himself.
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Post Wed, Jul 14 2021, 1:58 pm
FranticFrummie wrote:
Aside from all the other great advice, have her checked for food sensitivities and allergies.

She may not be outright allergic to anything, but if she has a sensitivity she could be suffering from constant, low level inflammation that is irritating her nerves.

My DD just got diagnosed with Celiac, and the change in her diet has been amazing for her. She's having a much easier time regulating her emotions, and overall is a much happier person.
Agree with this. Overly emotional isn’t always just a personality thing, often it’s some kind of imbalance. Overactive limbic system.
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