Amy: Here’s a rather provocative post from Alain de Botton’s “School of Life”. We were a bit ambivalent about posting
ADHD in Kids: Our family therapy view of behavior problems in kids looks at some of the hidden pattern in parenting that can contribute to these problems. Good to know. Then change is possible.
Dave: In an earlier post, Defiance in the Family: A Rebellion in the Name of Health, I described our idea
Amy: Here’s another small reflection from Alain de Botton’s The School of Life. My only additional thought is that we
Dave: The birth of the baby represents a quantum jump in intimacy and the complexity of living. There is a
Here’s another clip from Alain de Botton from The School of Life. Enjoy:
Defiant kids, angry kids, crazy kids, are a byproduct of family interactions, and simultaneously a byproduct of the family’s interaction with the culture.
Amy: Something unexpected happened to me when I read David Keith’s “Unconventional Therapy Perspective”. (7/23). I wrote David a note
Tara Parker-Pope’s NY Times Well Blog talks about how faking happiness can bad for our health. This reminds me of
Dave: What follows is on the subtle side– ideas that might be more for therapists, but there is information here