The Dolphin Way

Raising Healthy, Happy, and Motivated Kids Without Turning Into a Tiger

Guiding Children Towards Healthy Friendships the Dolphin Way

“I have no friends.” This is what Alan, a 10 year old patient of mine said to me. However, after speaking to his mother, I realized he had plenty of other children who wanted to play and spend time with him. His problem was not that he didn’t have friends; it was his perception of not having enough friends. Interestingly, this is something many kids often feel. Read More

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Shimi Kang, M.D., is an award-winning, Harvard-trained psychiatrist and author of The Dolphin Way.


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