Jan 27, 2009 My eight month old little baby girl has started to shake her head from left to right quite violently. active and waved her arms and legs around alot since she was born My son shook his head like that when he was about the same age. It’s almost as if she’s trying to itch the back of her head, which does
my cat is doing a lot of full body shakes, head shakes, rubs her head against things. the fur on the nape? she rubs her head everywhere of her neck is more wiry and less silky
This is so typical of our marriages, isnt it??The trigger point here, and the ONLY trigger point you have any control over, is how you reacted when he asked if you had made his lunch yet!Yes, you too are tired! And thats probably why you worked this up into something that was about you! In reality !!! it was about HIM! He is tired! He is both angry and sad and trapped that he must work to make up the time he missed, and he was feeling sorry for himself and running his pity-party!! Like you, he too was tired, and wanted a bit of pampering, a bit of show me you love me hon! Instead, of love, he got a look! That look allowed him to fall into anger, which was just what he needed to release the internal tension of his self-pity!In a way, you played right into his unconscious needs! Really, though, you should have stepped back from your own irritation, taken a good look at his own self-pity, and taken the act of kindness! This is what they mean when they say that marriage is work !!! even when we dont feel like it, we need to treat the other well!I am not supporting or condoning the fact that he was thinking about only himself! Or that he pushed you on your response (was that so hard was uncalled for)! And neither am I condemning you for your response !!! it was typical of how we humans operate when we operate on automatic pilot! But if you dwell on how he did you wrong, if you too dwell on self-pity, then you BOTH fail to give the marriage its due!A marriage survives because at least ONE partner is on-track !!! and hopefully this changes hands from time to time, so that both partners take roughly-equal turns at giving to the other when they need it!How to resolve it so it doesnt happen again?? These things happen in marriage !!! they are part of the interaction between a couple! What has to change is how we react to it internally (1) at the time it occurs, and (2) afterwards, when we want to hold our own pity-party and feed our resentment! Do you know that NO emotion lasts more than 90 seconds?? Thats how long the biochemical reactions last, from the time the emotion starts until the time the chemicals are reabsorbed! IF an emotion lasts more than 90 seconds, it is only because we keep on feeding it, keep on re-starting it! And the only reason you are having a difficult time is that today you are tired !!! after all you spent all night up with a crying baby! So what you do to make sure it is good tomorrow is to let go of it today!As for recognition and appreciation !!! my husband doesnt know the half of what I do for him, not even the quarter of it! And I dont rub his nose in it! Nor do I do it so he will reward me with his appreciation! I do it because it makes me feel good in my heart to give to someone I love !!! in fact, giving feels better inside than being given-to feels! Being a good partner is just doing these things because you care! And he does the same for me !!! and I dont know the quarter of it either, Im sure! This is the faith and trust, so basic to a marriage!
What is it when my baby shakes his head a lot? Answer It! If you mean by thinking, then yes. Just as most smart Why does your baby shake? Illness, fever
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