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He cries over everything! Sometimes I don't even know why he's crying, but it happenes like ten times a day. Instant tears that he can't control. Last night he didn't want the supper I cooked, (I expected this because he's never liked that particular meal) So Dad heated up left over pork chops, which the boy said he wanted, and cried because the peices were too big. (They were normal sized..) and then he cried because he didn't get ranch dressing. He cries as if he had been hurt, and then he cried because his father didn't put the ranch dressing on the plate right. ???? He's like this all the time, about everything. Even putting on shoes makes him cry, because he feels it's too hard. These tears are real, and he's very, very upset. He's not acting, at least, not yet. But it really bothers me that my son is an emotional wreck, and I can't seem to figure out why.Answer Question
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Answer by etniesalpha at 8:21 PM on May. 5, 2009
We should start a support group for moms with crybaby kids!! Some days I want to throw my daughter out of the window. She cries all the time. I don't even know why she cries most of the time. Sometimes, she doesn't even know why she's crying. We have told her that while it's ok to feel & show emotions, there is no way that she should be crying so much. We have explained to her that when she cries so much, it doesn't mean as much to us as it would if she only cried, say, oh, once a day or so. Then when she really should be crying, we don't even want to hear it because it's all we've been hearing. Making sure she's not tired or hungry helps it not to get way out of control. Now if she's just crying, we send her to her room to cry it out. Sometimes she actually sops crying to stay with the rest of the family. I'm just waiting for her to outgrow it. Good luck to all of us!!!
Answer by carlye828 at 9:11 PM on May. 7, 2009
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