Things We've Read: Week of Oct. 17th, 2016

Why Therapy During Pregnancy Should Be Required (Washington Post): People frequently consider going to therapy before they make a major life transition, such as getting married or changing careers. But what about when embarking on a monumental shift such as parenthood?

Your Baby, No Sex Required (GOOD): Stanford professor Henry Greeley says we're just years away from choosing the child of our dreams. 

9 Of My Favorite Birth Practices Around The World (Huff Post): Great birth practices from around the world that maybe should be adopted everywhere...what other ones would you add?

Giving Every Child A Monthly Check For An Even Start (NY Times): By international standards, the US tolerated more child poverty in 2012 than 30 of the 35 countries in the OECD, a grouping of advanced industrialized nations.

The Misdiagnosis of ADHD (Scientific American): Explaining this fact—how it is that perhaps two thirds of the children diagnosed with ADHD do not actually suffer from the disorder—is the book’s central mystery.

Why This Working Mom Covered Herself In Breast Milk Bags (Huff Post): This "Working Mother Suit" highlights the obstacles that working moms face.

Great Mommy-and-Me Style Doesn't Have To Come With A Huge Price Tag (Vogue): Mommy-and-me style inspirations from Instagram.