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The Stone Age Baby in a Techno Society

The Stone Age Baby in a Techno Society

by Margie S Deutsch Lash MSEd
     
 
Developmentally, babies have not changed much over the eons in terms of how they grow and what they need as newborns. Yet, society has changed in dramatic ways, often making it difficult for mothers and babies to remain together during the critical early years of their life. Barriers exist in most societies making uninterrupted mothering almost a thing of the past in

Overview

Developmentally, babies have not changed much over the eons in terms of how they grow and what they need as newborns. Yet, society has changed in dramatic ways, often making it difficult for mothers and babies to remain together during the critical early years of their life. Barriers exist in most societies making uninterrupted mothering almost a thing of the past in many communities. This has frightening implications for the future with respect to the health and well-being of our entire world. Topics including societal norms juxtaposed to the basic needs of a child, healthy motherhood behaviors, and possible ideas for moving our world to a better place are all discussed. Learn how the future of our children and the safety of our society can be protected in this compelling work.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781460959855
Publisher:
CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date:
07/18/2012
Pages:
204
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.50(d)

Meet the Author

Nancy Williams, MA, MFT, IBCLC, CCE
Margie Deutsch Lash, MSEd, IBCLC, E-RYT
Gretchen Andrews, IBCLC, BA, RLC
Shawn Crane, BA

Together the authors have over 100 years of experience working with mothers, babies and children in the fields of childbirth, lactation, and education. While coming from very different backgrounds and worldviews, they are uniquely suited to discussing these issues of utmost importance to babies, children, parents, and most important society at-large. Enlightenment and empowerment can only exist in a world where people are aware of the problems that affect their daily lives.

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