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New Research Links Fussiness in Infants to Behavioral Problems in Childhood

New Research Links Fussiness in Infants to Behavioral Problems in Childhood

Did your baby cry and fuss endlessly? New research says it could be a sign that behavioral troubles lie ahead.

"Excessive sleeping, feeding or crying troubles during infancy are associated with a greatly increased risk for behavioral problems later in childhood, research suggests."

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ChelseaWinters ChelseaWinters 5 years
I think the statement is a little too broad. What kind of crying are we talking about here? My daughter was pretty good, mostly only cried when there was a definite reason, although to babies, just not feeling quite right could be a reason. There were some tantrums but very few, they have continued to increase. She's two now> She is and always has been a very intelligent, helpful, empathetic person. But she is also an individual, with very strong personal prefences and opinions, like myself. and once she gets worked up it takes time to calm down. For mothers with children who have "behavioral issues" remember this doesn't equal "bad".
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