It's almost the start of the new year in school (and before school). For parents and teachers, it's a good time to notice signs of a child's difficulties as they may indicate a learning delay or disability.
Here's a post that was featured in the Westchester Family magazine which discusses ways to determine if one needs to take action or not.
Peggy Orenstein's article is adapted from her book, "Girls and Sex: Navigating the Complicated New Landscape." Among other things she writes, "women in college still say, if he's sexually satisfied, then I'm sexually satisfied."
Orenstein cites an important study published in the international Journal of sexual health which highlights major differences inthe way American parents and Dutch parents tal...
Dr. Margulies' ideas on the importance of talk therapy were recently featured in an article in Forbes online.
The beauty of “talk therapy,” is that it addresses not just the symptoms but also the causes of one’s problems. Antidepressants, though essential for some people, don’t exactly get to the underlying source. “If you’re not getting to the cause of the pain,” says Margulies, “you’re essentially chained to the past. Psychotherapy gets to the root.”
A group of fathers are sitting together talking. Not about Sunday night football, not about a stock tip, and not about the trend in real estate prices. Not a buffalo wing nor a keg of beer is to be found. So what brings these dads together on an otherwise ordinary Wednesday evening? The fact that they
are new or relatively new dads. And the fact that they want to experience more profoundly the role they might play in their child’s life. What do they talk about this motley crew of dads? For starters, what it feels...