by Mir Kamin
A reader asks how we deal with teens and the specter of poor teen decisions about drugs and alcohol and parties.
I still distinctly remember the rising anxiety I experienced throughout my first pregnancy as the deadline for choosing a pediatrician approached. It felt, at the time, like choosing a pediatrician was my very first major decision as a parent and thus my first opportunity to get it completely wrong. I didn’t though, and neither will you.
A well potty-trained young child has an overactive bladder during the day which the doctor says is anxiety related. However, the problem is getting worse and the parents more concerned.