Our expert says:
Romany's really on form today ! I agree. Its unusual for a child to cry so much from birth, and there are indeed some possible medical causes for such chronic pain or iritability, and a paediatrician could be a good way of checking.
Otherwise there are also major and common psychological causes for chronic crying, especially in this situaton where it sounds like what I call Interpersonal Crying - when she is crying AT you, rather than on her own ; when it is a social demonstration of frustration or anger more than sorrow. And then a child psychologist could be really helpful.
And if it is possible for you to arrange a break as suggested, both for your own benefit and to see how she behaves when with a different person, that would help you and could be revealing.
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