Loneliness is a complex problem of epidemic proportions, affecting millions from all walks of life.
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Dan Griffin Ph.D.
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If you think the leaders in the American Psychological Association would interpret "Do no harm" broadly enough to mean: "Do not torture people," you are wrong.
Humans have been debating how to get your kid to be a successful adult since we began to speak. For free-range parents, the answer is autonomy and responsibility -- early and often.
He hit me about the head with newspaper and yelled furiously at me. I am five years old. It is one of the most wonderful memories of my life.
Dr. Dan Griffin is on faculty at The Minuchin Center for the Family (NYC) and National Children's Medical Center (DC).