- (of a young child, especially one left to fall asleep on their own) stop crying without being comforted by a parent or caregiver；comfort oneself when unhappy or distressed
verb: self-soothe, 3rd person present: self-soothes, gerund or present participle: self-soothing, past tense: self-soothed, past participle: self-soothed
- 1. (of a young child, especially one left to fall asleep on their own) stop crying without being comforted by a parent or caregiver:
my son only started self-soothing when he was eight months old
- 2. comfort oneself when unhappy or distressed:
many of us self-soothe with junk food, a glass of wine, maybe some mindless TV
I accidentally bump into the cabinet and earned my self a bump right on my head. My mom gave me an ice pack to soothe the pain, but now, I have a frozen brain. Boohoo! 2012-03...
...something enjoy-able like taking a nap, a walk, or a soothing bath. Time alone with her partner is...5.Encourage her to nurture her-self physically. Sleep when the baby sleeps. ...
... glad to have a chance to "introduce my self". what kind of personalities do I have...from some particular topic. 這句建議你直接改成這樣i'm soothed and comforted as the right topic hits ...