In their first three years of life!
This is the first of a series of articles that ties the current rash of mass murderers to their early years and their lack of exposure to adults who could provide them with:
From a large collection of research and a whole host of negative scenarios like this one, I am now leading this mission today: To provide all parents of infants, toddlers and two-year-olds with a basic bonding and attachment program to start as early as possible. It should also include a balance of play-and-learn activities that promote development in all areas–cognitive, motor, social and emotional and self-esteem.
Handling babies, toddlers and children is both an art and science. You have to know how to do it.
This is what happened in 1995, but these kinds of incidents continue on a larger scale today.
Beginnings like this lead to one of two paths …
1. Death or serious harm to an infant, toddler or preschooler .
2. A lifetime of impairment that impedes normal functioning in such a dramatic way that it carries over little by little over time into adulthood. The most serious cases often end in becoming a mass murderer or some variation of one.
We know when all this started … in the 1990’s, and we also know how to stop it … By giving basic bonding, attachment and early developmental skills to all parents as soon as their baby is born and even before.
Now the task is to spread the word and act on it. Please join me. How would you like to participate?
Contact Dr. Sally at Drsallyinarizona@gmail.com