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Rosana Modugno says
Chandan Sharma says
During play the adranaline increases and scream is an outlet to let it go.
Updatre on this uptake: My boy was acting up -- so I shut down my stuff and we played chase with hands stretched to the sky and screaming. Well it worked for me -- stress all gone. And the boy came back in the house happy and reading a book. ???
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Eric Dierker says
Audrey Selig says
So sorry to intrude again, my boy just came in all upset about a racetrack. It was frustrating. So we yelled for about 3 minutes and then giggled and tickled and fixed the track. By golly jingles sometimes life is tough and you just want to scream.
I don't know, some of the shrieks our neighborhood kids let out are hard to differentiate. They've been bad enough a few times that I actually went out to check to see if everything was alright (it has been so far). Just wanted opinions is all.
lol. I have done the same in the past. I just think kids are treated unfairly already and would hate to take something so simple away.
Hihihi ;-) this just reminded me. When my dad wanted to take a nap - I had to sit in a chair quiet next to him until he fell asleep --- I do recall my voice being very shrill and with a bad pitch until it changed. And I was loud.
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