We have discussed the issue of attachment in children as a measure of their ability to have resilience to traumatic events. However, some children are unable to form basic relationships. In the past few years, we have discovered much about attachment in children and its impact in later life, including a specific disorder known as Reactive Attachment Disorder (RAD).
This is the time when we reflect on events of the past year. I do hope it has been a good year for you and your family. Many families have had quite a stressful year with the struggling economy, relationships or other issues that have made 2011 very difficult. What changes can we make to have a […]
The holidays are a bit of a double-edged sword. Most people enjoy getting together with others, affirming of those we love and sharing the joy of celebrating. Reminded of the depths of God’s love for us, we can gather as a community at various special services to acknowledge the meaning and significance of our faith. However, if relationships […]