Summary of Michaeleen Doucleff's Hunt, Gather, Parent (Paperback)

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#1

We assume that Western culture has all the answers about parenting, that it is the most advanced system, offering a plethora of strategies for how to regain control and raise children. This could not be more wrong.

#2

Western culture has made parenting harder by introducing the concept of the nuclear family. Where before a large family shared the burdens of raising children, most parents of nuclear families now do all the work by themselves, which is more than any of them can handle.

#3

Western parenting methods are quite new, some dating back about a hundred years and others only a few decades. This means that they are not reliable as they have not stood the test of time.

#4

When the mother and father are forced to carry all the responsibilities, both the parents and their offspring live in a world of isolation. The parents dread providing everything - entertainment, praise, knowledge, money, and support - while the child grows bored and dependent.

No time to read? Get the main key insights from this Summary of Michaeleen Doucleff's Hunt, Gather, Parent in 23 minutes or less.

A few key insights from Chapter 1:
#1

We assume that Western culture has all the answers about parenting, that it is the most advanced system, offering a plethora of strategies for how to regain control and raise children. This could not be more wrong.

#2

Western culture has made parenting harder by introducing the concept of the nuclear family. Where before a large family shared the burdens of raising children, most parents of nuclear families now do all the work by themselves, which is more than any of them can handle.

#3

Western parenting methods are quite new, some dating back about a hundred years and others only a few decades. This means that they are not reliable as they have not stood the test of time.

#4

When the mother and father are forced to carry all the responsibilities, both the parents and their offspring live in a world of isolation. The parents dread providing everything - entertainment, praise, knowledge, money, and support - while the child grows bored and dependent.

Product Details
ISBN: 9798507627608
Publisher: Independently Published
Publication Date: May 20th, 2021
Pages: 32
Language: English