Obviously the first objective would be to ensure that there is no physical reason for the crying, but children most often cry because they feel emotionally unsure or because they want to get their own way. Emotional insecurity often results if there is a youinger sibling who competes for attention or if there is stress in the parents relationship. The best advice would be to be very sensitive to your childs emotional state, but also to be very firm and consistent in how you deal with it. She must know what is unacceptable (and that you are not manipulated by any tantrums), but she may never doubt your love and acceptance.
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