i think i've shared links here from this guy's blog before. i really like reading his stuff because - apart from the fact that his wife and children are gorgeous - i find that he's very reflective, and i feel like we're really alike in that almost all our lives, we're looking back at when we were kids and discovering, marvelling (sometimes despairing) at how our upbringing has made us the people we are today.
and it's so hard to find others who would share their thoughts so openly on this topic that it really makes me wonder often if i may be one of the rare few psychos who does this sometimes-futile exercise in my head all the time. so i really, really, really appreciate his entries because they always strike a chord somewhere, and so many times, they've made me feel like, hey, i'm not alone.
so there. check out his blog if you will.