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04/25/2017 at 22:08. Facebook
Fascinating research! Please read and watch video.
Depression is virtually nonexistent among nomadic hunter-gatherer bands. It is a disease of civilization. The rate of depression in industrialized societies has been on the rise for decades — it’s roughly 10 times higher today than it was just two generations ago. Human bodies have not evolved fast enough to adapt to the demands of modern...
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Depression is A Disease of Civilization: Hunter-Gatherers Hold the Key to the Cure

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Liz Harrison Harper
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04/21/2017 at 15:38. Facebook
Five decades of research confirms spanking produces similar results as other forms of abuse
Five decades of research confirms spanking produces similar results as other forms

Five Decades of Research Confirms: Spanking Produces Similar Outcomes in Children as Physical Abuse.

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"The natural age of weaning is between 4 and 7 years old. The absolute minimum length of breastfeeding found among primates in nature is the equivalent of 2.5 human years, but that is rare."

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The natural age of weaning is between 4 and 7 years old

Why I Still Breastfeed My 5-Year-Old

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This is such a good article! Three new studies show how hunter-gatherer families raised children with six distinct characteristics which fostered better mental health, higher intelligence, morality and compassion than present-day American children.
This is such a good article Three new studies show how huntergatherer

Study Reveals Why Hunter-Gatherers Raise Happier, Healthier Children

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I’ve noticed a trend in our culture to get really confused about parenting as our children enter adolescence (that long, strange, magical trip from childhood to adulthood).
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Attachment Parenting in the Teen Years: 8 Applications

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“Research findings demonstrate that spanking is ineffective and harmful to children. In addition, there is increasing support from prominent professional, religious, and human rights organizations to avoid and eliminate spanking practices."
Research findings demonstrate that spanking is ineffective and harmful to children In

Cornell University College of Human Ecology says, "Spanking Should be Discouraged." -

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"Intelligent children feel something icky in praise. It makes them feel condescended to. Praise is a reminder that the praiser has power over them. It diminishes the child’s sense of autonomy, and, like a little pat on the head, it keeps them small.”

Punishment and reward/praise are two sides of the same coin - control. Do we want to manipulate and shape our children into what we want them to...
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Intelligent children feel something icky in praise It makes them feel condescended

How Praise and Rewards Can Be as Damaging as Punishment

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