Things We've Read: Week of Oct. 10th, 2016

Can Attachment Theory Explain All Our Relationships? (NY Mag): The most important parenting you’ll ever do happens before your child turns one — and may affect her for the rest of her life.

The Right And Wrong Ways To Help Pregnant Workers (HBR): Companies should seek to understand what support women want most.

Teaching Your Child Emotional Agility (NY Times): How children navigate their emotional world is critical to lifelong success.

The Perpetual Panic Of American Parenthood (NY Times): "There is a dawning sense among voters that our lack of governmental support for child care, and the anxiety this causes, isn't normal."

How Passive Aggression Hurts Children (The Atlantic): Studies show that kids are sensitive to quiet marital resentment—not just all-out shouting matches.

IndiGo Airlines Adds Kid-Free Zone On Flights--Will Others Follow? (Traveler): “Keeping in mind the comfort and convenience of all passengers, row numbers one to four and 11 to 14 are generally kept as a Quiet Zone on IndiGo flights."

Homeopathic Teething Gels May Pose Risks (NY Times): The products may contain inconsistent amounts of an ingredient that can be dangerous at high doses.