Training Children to Settle Themselves to Sleep and Controlled Crying

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This article gives clarity to conflicting opinions on Controlled Crying, when and how the Controlled Crying / Controlled Comforting technique should be used, problems with it, and age appropriateness.  We also discuss its use in childcare and early childhood services. Suggestions for […]
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