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Should we revert back to caveman parenting?

New studies are asserting that Stone Age parents reared consistently well-adjusted children via providing a nurturing environment filled with multiple caregivers. By being warm, physically affectionate and responsive to their children’s development, cavemen fostered a greater sense of empathy and compassion in their young. Is it time to do away with “no coddling” and get back to the caveman

New studies are asserting that Stone Age parents reared consistently well-adjusted children via providing a nurturing environment filled with multiple caregivers. By being warm, physically affectionate and responsive to their children’s development, cavemen fostered a greater sense of empathy and compassion in their young. Is it time to do away with “no coddling” and get back to the caveman approach?