Last Spring, Andrea Peterson of the Wall Street Journal published, “So Cute, So Hard on Marriage”, an article about couples taking preemptive steps to curb the decline in marital satisfaction following the birth of a child.
On November 19, 2011 Thomas L. Friedman wrote an opinion piece for the New York Times entitled, How about Better Parents? Mr. Friedman’s main thesis focuses on better parenting as the route to improve the academic success of American students.
I’m often asked why do babies and toddlers need a psychologist. Aren’t they too young? On the contrary, often times young children have developmental needs that respond to early intervention and other times young children are placed at risk for emotional difficulties because of troubles that their mother and father are experiencing. Why?