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New Child Psychology and Parenting Blog by Nestor L. Doctor of Philosophy Posted Tue 17 Mar 2009 3:10am Please visit our new child psychology and parenting blog: was created by the editor of, to provide commentary on the latest scientific findings on child disorders, parenting, and child development. We will be updating the blog several times per week with reviews of scientific stu ... Read on »
B-Sides, Part 4: Are Parents the Cause of a Child’s Psychological Problems? by Dr. Rob Dobrenski Doctor of PhilosophyHealth Maven Posted Mon 12 Jul 2010 7:52pm For the introduction to the ‘B-Sides’ series and to learn why it exists, click here . Some of this material will likely be in the book , but in a much different (i.e., better) format. Since I am not an expert on child psychology , I went to Dr. John for a more seasoned take on therapy with children. When I asked him about the difficulties o ... Read on »
Narcissistic Mothers are the Worst--Their Children Come Last by Linda Martinez-Lewi, Ph.D. Posted Tue 26 Jun 2012 2:46pm The despicable truth about narcissistic mothers is that they don't raise their children--They give birth to them--that' it. I have had many a narcissistic mother tell me that she was bored with little children---babies and toddlers in particular. "They are so boring. Why would I want to spend time with them when I could be mo ... Read on »
Response to Anti-Vaccination Parent by Adina C. Medical Student Posted Tue 03 Feb 2009 12:07am Ginger Taylor, the parent of a six-year-old son with autism, wrote a lengthy response to my previous post, "The Disappointment of Hearing 'Your Results Don't Matter.'" Ms. Taylor sounds like a woman who is truly dedicated to her son's successful development. However, I still find a number of Ms. Taylor's contentions to be unfounded. I am responding ... Read on »
Where East Meets West: Growing Happy Kids by Jennifer Lance Patient Expert Posted Thu 24 May 2012 12:00am Hello there! If you are new here, you might want to for updates on this topic. Every parent wants their child to be happy. by Maureen Healy promises to integrate “Eastern wisdom with Western psychology to keep children strong from the inside.” Does strength equate happiness? According to Healy, self-d ... Read on »
ADHD Doubles a Child's Risk of Injury: Study by HealthFinder Posted Thu 15 Sep 2011 1:00pm healthnewslink Impulsive behaviors can lead kids to leap before they look, expert says. By Jenifer Goodwin HealthDay Reporter ... Read on »
Quack Child Psychology: The experts are not fooled by pseudoscience by Dr. Polly Doctor of Philosophy Posted Wed 17 Sep 2014 4:40pm A recent study polled child mental health experts on the credibility of questionable psychological practices. The experts, mainly child psychologists, rated assessments and treatments on a scale ranging from "not at all discredited" to "certainly discredited" or in lay terms, "not too bad" to "utter b.s."  Many finely honed psychological i ... Read on »
Maternal love for the child's psychological development is essential by abaozuibang Posted Tue 02 Jul 2013 1:32am Maternal love for the child's psychological development is essential. Leaving hot love, link between parents and children will rupture, Diablo 3 Gold can form t psychological space difficult to fill. But the mother love must be moderate. Parents of children's expectation is understandable, who is not willing to own child future achievement. ... Read on »
Your Fearsome 4 year old by Mary K Patient Expert Posted Tue 02 Dec 2008 3:12am Today I’m going out on a limb. As if talking about the fact that we make it all up doesn’t meet enough resistance, I’m going to boldly go where few dare. No, not politics or religion… PARENTING! It’s interesting to me that there are so many different approaches to ‘parenting’… and how emotionally charged it all can be as we fall into the tra ... Read on »
Back To School Resolutions – For Parents by Len S. Patient Expert Posted Wed 28 Aug 2013 7:00am By Adelle Cadieux, PsyD Summer can be a very enjoyable time for families. With all the fun to be had, it also tends to be a time when families fall out of habit with some of the basics that help kids be healthy and successful during the rest of the year. As school sets to resume soon, this is a great time to begin re-establishing, or esta ... Read on »