Crying no stop day and night

Nancy - posted on 09/03/2015 ( 5 moms have responded )

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My child is 5 yrs old she goes to school and has been in daycare her whole life. I know I have guilty working mom wrote all over me...but she Cry's and Cry's and Cry's all day at home and at night before bed and when she wakes up she Cry's. She Cry's in her sleep even.i just don't know what to do anymore. I love her and my other two so much. She is also the youngest child. Please help as I need it.

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Chels - posted on 09/03/2015

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Oh man dear I am stumped, the only thing that I can think of is some type of depression, it happens. She may feel sad for no particular reason. Kids are under a TON of stress these days, and we as parents forget that. Has anything changed with her routine, or at home?

Chels - posted on 09/03/2015

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Definitely, I just figured I would ask. :) I know my son starts having fits and is VERY emotional after school and before he's eaten. He also used to have night terrors almost daily, but after putting a fan in his room for some noise cancellation and to keep cool he stopped. What does she say when you ask her why she feels so sad? Is it sad tears, or is it like temper tantrums?

Nancy - posted on 09/03/2015

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She is fine at school. Smiles all day listens good. Has no problem and plenty of friends. I have not call her Dr yet. I wanted help from moms first then if I could not get it under control then I was going to the Dr. It started about 2 weeks ago. School started Aug 3rd here and she had no problem then boom all of a sudden she started this up.

Chels - posted on 09/03/2015

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So she is crying outside of school and daycare every night? Does she behave this same way during school and daycare? Has she ever had separation anxiety? I know a friend who's child would cry every night and every morning during the week because he had to go to school the next day and would be away from her. I know that she talked to the teachers/staff and came to an agreement where he would be able to bring a stuffed animal or something comforting from home that would help him during the day since it reminded him of home. Just a suggestion. Have you asked her pediatrician about it also?

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