So. Borders. Child psychology section. Did they have *one* book fitting this description? Noooooo. It was all about children with ADD, autism, aspergers, depression, bipolar, this and that learning disorder, this and that behavioral problem.... I mean, I knew childhood has been over-pathologized in recent years, but the ridiculous degree of it hadn't sunk in until today.
(I checked the parenting section too, but that was more of the same, interspersed with books on toilet training and discipline.)
I'm going to start poking about online, but in lieu of being able to look through the material myself - anybody out there have something to recommend along the lines of what I've described above?
*curses self for not taking child psych classes in college*