It will be said of Benjamin Spock that no one person had a greater impact on the way we raise children. My copy of his book, "Baby and Child Care," is dog-eared from use in diagnosing cradle cap and figuring out why I never could get the kids to bed on time. But in fact, Spock never intended to change the way children were raised.
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Table corners pose threats of bumps to kids. When a child joins your family, child-proofing your home becomes essential. A house full of modern features and designer furniture often turns into a dangerous area for children. Corners and shelves pose potential accidents. Balconies and staircases become places of terror. With the addition of a kid, your home can suddenly become a place where accidents are waiting to happen. To keep your home safe yet stunning, your setup just needs a slight change in decoration. Beauty need not be sacrificed over safety. You can still have your dream home even if kids run amok in your house.
Ballerinas are known for the elegance, grace and posture - but these tiny dancers just wanted to run amok. Thirty ballerinas, aged between three and five years old, took to the steps of Sydney Opera House to take part in an outdoor ballet class on Friday morning. In matching pink tutus and stocking feet, the little girls danced alongside their male counterparts, twirling and kicking their legs in the air against the building's iconic white sails. Scroll down for video. Beautiful ballerinas: Thirty tiny dancers, aged between three and five years old, took to the steps of Sydney Opera House. Grace and elegance: The girls were dressed in matching pink tutus and ballerinas buns as they took part in a mock dance workshop. The ballerinas were there to launch The Australian Ballet's production of The Sleeping Beauty, a performance specifically for children.
Running amok is considered a rare culture-bound syndrome by current psychiatric classification systems, but there is evidence that it occurs frequently in modern industrialized societies. The historical origins of running amok as a psychiatric condition are reviewed in this article, and its relevance to modern day episodes of violent behavior is discussed. Psychotic illnesses, personality disorders, and mood disorders are all possible causes of amok, and the identification and treatment of patients who are at risk for manifesting violent behavior are discussed. The general public and the medical profession are familiar with the term running amok , the common usage of which refers to an irrational-acting individual who causes havoc. The term also describes the homicidal and subsequent suicidal behavior of mentally unstable individuals that results in multiple fatalities and injuries to others.