My good friend\'s 6 month old baby is still not sleeping through the night. She wants to try the cry-it out method but her mother-in-law has informed her that it would emotionally scar her son for life. My friend is now so freaked out, she refuses to let her baby cry now, even for a few minutes. Personally, I believe there is no right or wrong way and it\'s a personal choice for every parent but I feel so bad for my girlfriend. She is so tired and frustrated and I feel that she should have gone with gut instinct which at this point, was to try the cry-it-out method. Personally, I did the No-Cry-Sleep-Solution but I didn\'t do it with middle son until he was 9 months old. With my daughter, I did it much earlier at 5 months. It was what worked for us. Does anyone have any experience with this (good or bad) that I could pass along to my friend? Thanks!
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