This is one of the most amazing books I have ever read.
People are shocked at some of the things I do as a parent, but this book helps me stay strong in what I believe is a very wonderful way to raise a child.
Aside from the terrific ideas presented in this book, the writing itself is highly readable and extremely interesting.
In his article, Preconquest Conciousness, Dr. Richard Sorenson writes, "I did not personally observe the Yequana in Venezuela's Coroni River region; however observations by... Read morePublished 15 days ago by Charles C. Hill
For the mentally challenged people, writing that not being an anthropologist nor a parent, makes this book invalid. Read morePublished 23 days ago by pwatel
Wish I had read this before children. Kind of an AHA! thing: the contrast between evolution and (non-evolutionary) change. Read morePublished 1 month ago by S. Kennedy
I received this book while I was pregnant, in 1992 and it absolutely opened my eyes to the wisdom of other cultures and childrearing practices that help us become more positive... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Lisa D Love
Excellent read and very important for the understanding of ourselves.Published 2 months ago by Steve Peppercorn
How many of our most alarming societal challenges could be dimmed or avoided all together with the realization and follow through of our biological need to be close to our mothers... Read morePublished 2 months ago by oldmomma
I found this book inspiring and insightful as a new parent and thus try to share it with all such in my circle.Published 3 months ago by Steven W. Bell