I've been on the run all week long for one tweedle or another. Today it was for both tweedles. I met with the in home tdocs that will be working together & apart with kt & wm. It seems to be a good match. Then wm's in home therapist transported wm to attachment therapist - he delivered me lunch, as I was finishing up with his "cohort in crime" & then headed over to attachment therapist. While attachment therapist & I waited for wm she & I chatted for a bit. A little of this; a little of that. She told me of a client that she's working with - mom is an attorney. Quite the accomplished attorney. Having said that, therapist told me that she is quite the advocate for her newly adopted children. And also told her that she almost up to par with me - the parent of a set of the most difficult twins she had ever encountered in her 25 year practice. This mother took this as a compliment. I was stunned. therapist, who travels worldwide to work & train, said that she uses me quite often as an example of what can be done for children with severe Reactive Attachment Disorder (RAD) and PTSD. I just shook my head & told therapist that I wasn't feeling much success in the 6 almost 7 years of parenting the tweedles. She asked if I could find the time, would I be willing to work with her & kt's attachment therapist in workshops. Will have to give this a great deal of thought.