We Were Made in Childhood is a book of extraordinary importance, as it makes it clear, in easy-to-read language, the importance and impact of parenting styles, especially that of the mother, on the child's psychological development. The book explains how the soul, character, personal values and mental health are developed based on the quality of parenting the child experiences. It explains the different kinds of psychological problems he is likely to develop as a consequence of poor parenting. The book also includes why some societies have stunted intellectual, psychological and sociological development, and the consequences that such have for the world. We Were Made in Childhood is an excellent psychological resource on childhood development and the effect that different kinds of parenting have on the emotional, psychological, and spiritual development of children. It gives useful parenting strategies, and includes a children's human rights list. The book is highly recommended for parents, psychologists, counselors, community and social workers, teachers - and anyone who deals with people. E.V. Harris has degrees in Education and Masters Degree in Psychology with Clinical training, which have been used in high school teaching, counseling, and advocating for the protection of children and their human rights.