Background These thirty pearls of wisdom were compiled over decades of years. Many were written in the early hours of the morning and during driving trips. While some thoughts are unedited, others underwent weeks of revisions. The thirty pearls are divided into two categories: Living and Conflict. A quote or a comment follows each pearl. […]
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Do you have a newborn or are expecting a baby soon? Do you want to share how you bond and build social-emotional relationships with your newborns? Join other new and expecting parents for a Research Study with Doctor Anselm Anyoha, a board-Certified Pediatrician. Caregivers who qualify will receive a $30 gift card. Caregivers must reside […]
On occasions when I remember my parents, I wonder if they will ever meet again. Don’t get me wrong: it is only wishful thinking on my part. Nevertheless, I want them to meet again in the afterlife because I felt that they got along so well during their lives here on Earth. I was one […]
Some people, like a friend I talked to a couple of days ago, cannot relate to the Russian war in Ukraine. I told him about my personal childhood experience with war and how it affects children in so many ways. Ukrainian children might have the same feelings of anxiety and ambivalence that I felt during […]
When we talk about mental health in children, from two-week-old babies to two-month-old infants or even 3-year-old toddlers, we refer to their emotions, feelings, and social abilities. Infants making great strides in social-emotional health can express their emotions and feelings through smiling, babbling, cooing, gesturing, and giving appropriate hugs. They can also frown, cry, or thrash […]
I woke up one morning with a pain that ran from my left little and ring fingers and crawled up the sides of my forearm to my elbow. Thinking about it, I blamed my big head for injuring my nerves, as I have the habit of placing my forearm under my head while sleeping. When […]
The Journey to Ezido Lake: A Story about Empathy” is now available in both paperback and Amazon Kindle. This new book follows two Nigerian children with two completely different social backgrounds, and beautifully shows that regardless of circumstances, with empathy and understanding, both of their lives can be affected for the better. Newtown, CT – November […]
How to diagnose a 9-month-old cranky infant: Showing clinical students some of my tricks It was about 11:00 in the morning when we finally got to the patient. A mother had been anxiously waiting for us to see her 9-month-old infant who had been refusing to eat and drink. Few things bother mothers more than […]
Instead of asking people, “How do you feel?” or “What is going on in your life?” and patiently waiting for responses, some of us presume we can read the minds of others or tell what others are thinking or feeling. In our insensitive misjudgment, we put others down and slice them into little bits, all […]