" But the decibel level of her crying has increased significantly. Once again, I decided to feed her – gave her a bottle of juice – she immediately calmed down, sucked a couple of times, once threw a bottle and screamed as loud as I've never heard before. "We should send her attention to something else" – I thought. I began to show her the pictures, gave her to touch different objects, but nothing helped. She was crying so loudly that I started to think that now the glass will start to depart from windows. I was on the verge of despair. I tried to check again – diapers, sleeping, eating. The result – she began to cry even louder and became more upset.
It has been over 20 minutes c ever since Diane started crying and I started not to seriously worried. Can she open appendectomy? Or by parasites eating away at her gut? Or something else wrong with her body and that hurts her? I began to think seriously about calling an ambulance. And then I got the idea, which became One of the key concepts in my work with parents and teachers, which I helped to cope with difficulties in raising and educating children. Rather than complicate something (to think that she has some terrible disease in the body), I looked at it simply. I thought: 'What could be the most obvious cause of her illness? " This was not a wet diaper, she was not tired.