In a meeting last week, a colleague of mine brought up an article she had read recently about how such people as POWs, or people who have other horrifically traumatic experiences, go on to have productive and meaningful lives. Basically, how do they survive, and even...
When a baby cries, he cries until his needs are met. If the parent guesses wrong, thinking feeding rather than diaper change, the baby keeps crying. If a child needs a hug and kiss after a fall, it doesn’t really matter if the “wound” is just a scrape. Even if the...
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