February 20, 2024 | Rome, Italy
Infants are like magnets when it comes to faces and gestures directed their way.

Eye to eye

The tone and texture of baby handling can set the tone for a lifetime of human responses.

Maurice Sendak's "Where the Wild Things Are" was a reassurance for children.

Under the bed

A child's fear of night is as basic as mankind's visceral and species-saving response to danger.

My mother was depressed, so I guess I inherited it.

Blue genes?

The many and intricate reasons for depression make the remark "I inherited it" almost useless.