From the Spouse of a Person Who Suffers with Depression

The following is a heartfelt and insightful letter written by a husband whose wife suffers from depression.  I've [...]

Your Baby’s Earliest Feelings – Part I

Let’s take a brief look at your baby’s earliest feelings. You might ask “How do you know my baby [...]

Part II – Your Baby’s Earliest Feelings: The Positive Feelings

What Do Feelings Look Like? Last time the discussion involved your baby's earliest feelings. The idea was introduced that human [...]

Part III – Your Baby’s Earliest Feelings: The Negative Feelings

SOS! We turn now to the built-in negative feelings. These are terribly important: they represent your baby’s way of sending [...]

Fasten Your Seatbelt! Are You Ready to Think About Feeling in a Totally New Way? (Part IV)

In the last few articles, the earliest feelings of your baby have been described -- feelings that are actually built-in [...]

“We always did feel the same, we just started from a different point of view”

Bob Dylan, Infant and Child Development and the Language of Feelings Bob Dylan's line from his song "Tangled Up In [...]

Exploring Feelings

Are We Blind to Feelings? This is the story of how we still do not see or understand or accurately [...]

Feelings: Nature’s Gift

Feelings are remarkable. They truly are nature’s gift. They provide us with a tremendous opportunity. Feelings provide communication and [...]

The Revolution: Feelings, Language & Knowledge

There is a revolution occurring in infant and child development. Three issues have converged recently to help us understand much [...]