Sleep Deprivation

Diagnosing the Wrong Deficit
Sleep-restricting lifestyles began getting more extreme in the 1990s, the decade with the explosion in A.D.H.D. diagnoses.


Attachment Theory

The Power of Compassion
Securely attached children are those whose parents were able to acknowledge their child’s moments of fear and suffering and respond to them compassionately.


Two-Parent Households

Of Whatever Flavor
Two-parent households (of whatever flavor) are likely to be better off financially, more attentive to the upbringing of children and more secure.


Childhood Dx/Tx

Co-opting Normal
Has being human become a condition? Permissive drug use and over-diagnosis threatens to co-opt what it means to be human.



Cautionary Statistics
Nearly one in five high school age boys in the U.S. have received a diagnosis of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, according to CDC.