Does sleeping at “dad’s house” lead to brain damage?
Editor’s Note: Imagine a role reversal. Male child psychologist says that sleeping over at “mom’s house” can lead to brain damage. He would be out of a job faster than you can say “Human Resources”.
A child psychologist is causing controversy by saying that young children from divorced families could suffer “brain damage” by sleeping over at dad’s house. The psychologist believes that if the mother is the primary caregiver, separation reduces brain development and could lead to “unhealthy attachment issues”.