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Rosana Modugno 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.
Eric Dierker 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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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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