There is this fascinating theory about infant’s world. So, at the beginning of their life (and for some men until the very end of their days) babies only see breasts, without understanding that they are a part of a mother. A boob can either be good — full of nutrition, or bad — unavailable or empty. The baby loves the good breast and hates the bad breast and cannot conceptualize that they are both a part of one and the same person. Healthy development occurs when we learn to accept that a person can be both good and bad, which leads to tolerance for ambiguity and uncertainty and consequently, at the very long last to a greater well-being. Why? Because despite of our craving for certainty which brings safety, the reality is just that: ambiguous and uncertain, and it’s a good thing. A boob is a boob is a boob.