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April 16th, 2012, 07:59 AM
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I agree with it, it makes sense, and I have family members in the feild who say the same thing.

I don't know about less intelligent, but a more anxious person and what not, yeah, makes sense. And I know the counter argument is "Well some babies cry for hours in your arms, surely they release cortisol too". Yes, they do, but there is a difference in other responses in the body when a baby is crying and being comforted and crying all alone.
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