WaPo: T. Berry Brazelton, pediatrician who soothed generations of parents, dies at 99.

T. Berry was the real deal; he was changing the bedrock of child/parent relationships. My mother got to meet him in person, enjoyed every second. Didn't go as far as James Hillman, philosophy-wise (my favorite Jungian), but he got close. He understood and agreed with our philosophy that adopted children should not be cut bodily away from their birth families, that new structures need to be created to accommodate the child's needs first.

RIP, good sir. Kids who do not know you, significantly benefitted from your work.