Friday, October 21, 2005
The very fact that in the beginning I did not know the best advice to give in such cases as I'm describing is an added incentive to keep up my studies. The common assumption that the child must be "unhealthy in the first place" proved in most instances to have no relation at all to the facts. What was unhealthy in most instances were the comic books when we inspected them. Children, like adults, without necessarily being sick or neurotic, are different in their powers of resistance to such stimulations.