Thank you for the point of view from someone who actually used a sleep training method!
I find myself kind of neutral on the topic which is why this headline caught my eye. I don't believe in crying it out for hours and hours or to the point of physical illness....or allowing a child to be scared and terrified.
but on the other hand, I don't believe that all fussiness needs immediate attention and would prefer to develop the ability to fall asleep easily and alone. I am NOT a good sleeper and do not fall asleep easily. And that really can affect ones health getting not enough sleep...especially a growing baby/child!