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I cry for my children that you never got to know, I still miss you my mum, The pain hurts me so bad, I cry for all those years, that we just never had.
Professor Paddy O'Donnell, from the University of Glasgow's psychology department, is not surprised that women cry for 16 months of their lives and says that we cry to"help regulate anxiety and distress".
Maternity Nurse Gina Ford, author of The New Contented Little Baby Book, believes in leaving a baby to cry for 10-20 minutes if he is simply fighting sleep.
Babies communicate by crying and cry for many reasons, the least likely being in the water.
Don't Cry for Yourself, Argentina," Agence France Presse
I'm known as being able to cry for no reason at all.
1983) in America found, using questionnaires, that situations differed in how likely people were to cry for them, but the rank order for men was highly correlated with that for women.
All of us responsible members of society cry for children who have been cheated out of having fathers.
Find the strength within yourself to open up your heart and give yourself permission to cry, cry, cry for whatever reason.
Very few people overreact and cry for the wrong reasons.
Let the baby fuss or cry for fifteen minutes; then pick him up, try to calm him, give him water, and return him to his crib to fuss a little longer.