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The Boy Who Was Raised as a Dog

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Transcript of The Boy Who Was Raised as a Dog

By: Bruce D. Perry, M.D., PH.D. and Maia Szalavitz The Boy Who Was Raised As A Dog Copyright 2006 Chapter 1 Chapter 2 Chapter 3 Chapter 4 Chapter 5 Tina's World For Your Own Good The Coldest Heart Chapter 6 Chapter 7 Chapter 8 Chapter 9 Chapter 10 Chapter 11 Skin Hunger The Boy Who Was Raised As A Dog Satanic Panic The Raven "Mom Is Lying. Mom Is Hurting Me. Please Call The Police." The Kindness Of Children Healing Communites Credibility Begging the Question "Wasn't labeling Tina "defiant" misleading, given that her "noncompliance" was likely a result of her victimization? What about the confusion that made her think that sexual behavior with adults and peers in public is normal? What about her speech and language delays? And if she did have Attention Deficit Disorder(ADD), might the sexual abuse be important in understanding how to treat someone like her?" Begging the Question "Could it really interfere with the therapeutic process? Tina's World, pg. 11 Tina's World, pg. 15 "What was going on in Tina's brain? What was different about her brain that made her more impulsive and inattentive then other girls her age? What had happened in her rapidly developing brain when she had suffered these abnormal, sexualized experiences as a toddler? Did the stress of poverty affect her? And why did she have speech and language delays?" Tina's World, pg. 19 Begging the Question "What allows someone to make the right choice, even if he hasn't been given the optimal developmental opportunities he needs? What made Virginia continue to seek help for her baby, rather than simply abandoning her?" The Boy Who Was Raised As A Dog, pg. 125 Atmosphere " A loud, odd shriek made me turn immediately to find a bony little child in a loose diaper sitting in a cage. Justin's crib had iron bars and a plywood panel wired to the top of it. It looked like a dog cage, which I was about to discover was terribly ironic. The little boy rocked back and forth, whimpering a primative self-soothing lullaby. He was filthy with his own feces, there was food all over his face and his diaper was heavy, soaked with urine." The Boy Who Was Raised As A Dog, pg. 126 Atmosphere "Seventeen-year-old Amber had been found unconscious in a high school bathroom. Her breathing was shallow, her heart rate sluggish, her blood pressure far too low. Unsurpringly, her mother, Jill, who had arrived at the emergency room after being called by the school, was distraught. I had just walked in to the ER as well. I was the attending physician there that month and was reviewing the evaluation of a suicidal adolescent by one of the child psychiatry fellows." The Raven, pg. 179 Recommendation Pre 1960's vs Post 1960's Stairway to Heaven
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