There are some unchallenged myths about well-being, being emotionally and intellectually well-adjusted, that are ripe to be challenged.
One of the myths, one of the urban legends is that infants, when they grow up in an institution, and aren't touched, held, they develop to be emotionally disturbed, aloof, self-absorbed, etc. adults.
But what if there is more to this early development than meets the eye?
Some of my closest associates were either adopted as infants, were prematurely born, and not breast fed as infants.