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Oni. Homoseksualiści w czasie II wojny światowej

Nieliczni Niemcy, którzy wykorzystywali seksualnie i dręczyli innych więźniów w nazistowskich jednostkach penitencjarnych – tak określano w Polsce mężczyzn skazanych w latach 1933–1945 na mocy paragrafu 175 piętnującego relacje homoseksualne.

„Oni” byli obcy; byli drapieżcami i było ich bardzo niewielu. Z tych trzech powodów nie zajmowano się ich historią, nie upamiętniano i nie traktowano jako ofiar nazistowskiego systemu. Ocaleńców przemilczano. W Polsce „takich” ludzi miało nie być.

Homoseksualnych mężczyzn aresztowano i więziono w Rawiczu, Międzychodzie, Wronkach, Strzelcach Opolskich, czy Tarnowie. Wywożono do KL Sachsenhausen, KL Buchenwald, KL Mauthausen, KL Gross Rosen, kompleksu obozowego Auschwitz Birkenau Monowitz oraz na Majdanek. Ginęli w jednostkach penitencjarnych na terenie Rzeszy a jeśli udało im się przeżyć, wracali do domu. Ich groby można odnaleźć na polskich cmentarzach. Opowieść o nich nie składa się wcale z pojedynczych śladów. Nawet jeśli ich biografie są niepełne, często urwane lub pozbawione finału, to tworzą rozbudowany wielogłos.

Historia osób nieheteronormatywnych w czasie II wojny światowej nadal pozostaje w sferze tabu. Siedemdziesiąt pięć lat po zakończeniu wojny nie ma w Polsce praktycznie żadnych publikacji na ich temat, trudno o nawet drobne fragmenty w ogólnych opracowaniach.

„Oni” nie istnieją z naszej winy. Zamazani przez przedwojenne fantazmaty podsycane nazistowską propagandą i perwersyjne plotki wojenne i obozowe, zrównani zostali z bezimiennymi uwodzicielami, kryminalistami, aspołecznym elementem. Przeciwko tym wyobrażeniom trzeba się wreszcie zbuntować, a o „nich” nie da się już dłużej milczeć.

Afekt (Chyłka i Zordon, #13)

W nowej kancelarii prawnej Joannie Chyłce zostaje przydzielona sprawa będąca jej zawodowym koszmarem: ma bronić pedofila. Sytuację komplikuje fakt, że oskarżonym jest brat jednego z najważniejszych polityków w Polsce – kandydata na prezydenta, który przed wyborami przoduje w sondażach. Sprawa skupia na sobie uwagę wszystkich mediów, gdyż jej finał przesądzi nie tylko o losie oskarżonego, ale najprawdopodobniej także o wyniku wyborów.

Życie zawodowe Chyłki komplikuje się coraz bardziej, ale to nie koniec problemów. Prawdziwe zaczną się, kiedy w życiu Kordiana pojawi się pewna dziewczyna z jego przeszłości

Mireczek. Patoopowieść o moim ojcu

BARDZO MOCNY DEBIUT.
PRAWDZIWA, PORUSZAJĄCA OPOWIEŚĆ O PRÓBIE ODNALEZIENIA OJCA,
KTÓREGO ZABRAŁ ALKOHOL.

Wklepuję na fejsa komunikat, że to koniec, że umarł nagle i niezapowiedzianie, że nie miałam okazji poznać własnego ojca, ponieważ on wolał wódę. I jabole, i browary, i pewnie nawet denaturat, bo był uzależnionym typu menela, który zasrywa sobie nogawkę spodni, śmierdzi w autobusie i zalega na dworcach. Potem usuwam to o denaturacie oraz dworcach. Piszę, że ojciec zmarł nagle i że mi smutno. Po chwili dodaję: „Choć już wiele lat temu mi zabrały go demony plątające się po jego trzewiach i głowie. Nie znaliśmy się — spotykałam głównie tego z trzewi i głowy, który podpowiadał mu, co robić. Że poza wódką jest tylko strach, że nic nie warto. Żeby dał sobie spokój. Tato, przykro mi, że tak się stało. Dzięki Tobie uczę się współczuć. Może to taki ostatni prezent, od Ciebie dla mnie”. Słowo „tato” kłuje w oczy, ale w całą resztę przez chwilę wierzę. Potem zostaje tylko to kłucie. „Tato”, „papo”, „papko”, językowe narzędzia tortur.

Policjantki

Autorka bestsellerowych Tajemnic pielęgniarek oraz Trudnego przypadku tym razem wchodzi w środowiska policjantek, żeby od środka zobaczyć, jak wygląda prawda o ich pracy. Impulsem do tego śledztwa są szokujące wyznania kobiet, do których dotarła. Chora na seksizm szkoła policyjna, niskie zarobki, brak jasnej drogi awansu i masa papierologii to dopiero początek ich ścieżki zawodowej. Smród, przemoc, narkotyki, agresja i śmierć w swojej najbrutalniejszej postaci – z tym stykają się na co dzień polskie policjantki. Na służbie nie ma ulg, ani kompro misów i o tym właśnie opowiadają rozmówczynie Fijewskiej. To one sprowadzają nieletnich do domów, to one przekazują matkom informacje o tragicznej śmierci ich dzieci, to w ich ra mionach chowają się ofiary przemocy domowej. Niejednokrotnie kończąc służbę, zadają sobie pytanie: Czy dam radę dalej? Ale rano znów zakładają mundur i wychodzą do pracy, która bez cienia wątpliwości dla każdej z nich jest czymś znacznie więcej niż pracą.


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    Review Ñ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB Ò Michaeleen Doucleff Download Ebook Hunt, Gather, Parent: What Ancient Cultures Can Teach Us About the Lost Art of Raising Happy, Helpful Little Humans ☆ Michaeleen Doucleff – pandoraringsjewelry.us I resent all parenting books, just like I hate every article that tells me I’m washing my face wrong or eating Tic Tacs wrong or making my grocery list wrong. Like, I’ve made it to age 36 and everything’s

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    Download Ebook Hunt, Gather, Parent: What Ancient Cultures Can Teach Us About the Lost Art of Raising Happy, Helpful Little Humans ☆ Michaeleen Doucleff – pandoraringsjewelry.us SUMMARY OF REVIEW: DEAR PUBLISHER, WHY NOT PUBLISH BOOKS BY THE EXCELLENT HUNTER/GATHERER PARENTS instead of making a best seller out of Doucleff?The parenting tips seem good especially the ones that are nearly exact quotes from the different women she interviewed. But the overall book is problematic in its simplistic and rosy depiction of people's lives and the texts and documentaries they hearken back to hunter/gatherer or not, everyone

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    Review Ñ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB Ò Michaeleen Doucleff Michaeleen Doucleff Ò 7 Free read Download Ebook Hunt, Gather, Parent: What Ancient Cultures Can Teach Us About the Lost Art of Raising Happy, Helpful Little Humans ☆ Michaeleen Doucleff – pandoraringsjewelry.us Giving 3.5 stars. Here’s my hot take in a few points:1) if you get it in your head from the outset that this book is not academic but personal, autobiographical, and pragmatic with some confirmation from academia you’ll enjoy it. 2) I really loved how practical it was. Strewn with action items and recommendations throu

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    Michaeleen Doucleff Ò 7 Free read Review Ñ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB Ò Michaeleen Doucleff Download Ebook Hunt, Gather, Parent: What Ancient Cultures Can Teach Us About the Lost Art of Raising Happy, Helpful Little Humans ☆ Michaeleen Doucleff – pandoraringsjewelry.us I have a lot of mixed feelings about this book. On one hand, I picked up a handful of tips that have really worked for usOn the other hand, the author’s “better parenting”involves saying things like “oh, you can’t do it because you’re a whiney baby?” Um what?!I couldn’t help feeling like the author still didn’t fully grasp all of the concepts that people were trying to explain. The author is still very focused

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    Review Ñ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB Ò Michaeleen Doucleff Michaeleen Doucleff Ò 7 Free read Review Hunt, Gather, Parent: What Ancient Cultures Can Teach Us About the Lost Art of Raising Happy, Helpful Little Humans My fav quotes (not a review): Page 68 |"“Go upstairs to get toilet paper.” “Go to the other room to grab a pillow.” “Go outside to pick some mint.” Even simply walking across the room to get your shoes is a great task for a toddler. Go, go, go. Young kids love to go. Harness that energy while also teaching them to pay attention

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    Download Ebook Hunt, Gather, Parent: What Ancient Cultures Can Teach Us About the Lost Art of Raising Happy, Helpful Little Humans ☆ Michaeleen Doucleff – pandoraringsjewelry.us Some issues with this book:• The advice is not supported by research. The author relies on her limited observations of other families, and on the results of applying techniques to a one person sample, her own daughter.

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I resent all parenting books just like I hate every article that tells me I m washing my face wrong or eating Tic Tacs wrong or making my rocery list wrong Like I ve made it to age 36 and everything s pretty much fine so I think I ve Nobody Else got it under control I also resented my husband for buying this book because he liked an interview he heard with the author on NPR Uhhh our kid is 3 AND A HALF So I think I mood dude But I read it anyway and the book called me out every time I was dubious and NO WAYing The author is all like I was skeptical I have a PhD in chemistry I m not dumb I thought No way And if there s one thing I have to respect it s a chemistry witch with mind reading capabilities This book is surprisingly helpful and only kind of What She Really Wants for Christmas (Harlequin Blaze gimmicky It s weird how revolutionary the concept of just doing your chores and hobbies around your kid instead of doing them when your kid is asleep or away at school feels I have free time later my kid is learning how to take care of stuff and also entertain themselves without me and they re also chill Like day one of barely attempting this and they woke up from their nap telling me helping is their favorite Day two and they put on their own shoes What Ok sure I ll take it Thanks stupid helpful well researched book Giving 35 stars Here s my hot take in a few points1 if youet it in your head from the outset that this book is not academic but personal autobiographical and pragmatic with some confirmation from academia you ll enjoy it 2 I really loved how practical it was Strewn with action items and recommendations throughout and illustrates Protecting Holly good examples of applications from her own parenting and those she learned from I m very interested to implement some of them and see how it turns out3 I think the scope of the book doesn t match the ambitions of its title While there areood snippets where she supports her experiences with three particular cultures broadly with research from others it s still full of so many over Unexpected Bride (The Wedding Party, generalizations that could have been avoided if the work were reduced and compiled into a series of essays instead 4 some things that kind of bugged me were the use of the term Western Parenting think there needs to be nuance there because that sot a lot of assumptions baked into it and a little too much fetishization in some instances I thought it led to reductive thinking about entire peoples5 lastly something that really bugged me was a stark absence of commentary on fathers and sons until the last chapters which still left me underwhelmed Up until her trip to Tanzania the men seem to be either Introducing Archaeology, Second Edition gone or portrayed as pretty dopey and those ones that are seen positively are not the actual fathers of the children Also I might ve counted wrong but I m pretty sure there is literally one example in the entire book of a parent implementing one of her principles with a boy I m a dad and I have two boys so definitely a bit of head scratching for me there Not to be all woe is me privileged white boy dad but in a book that professes to be about universal parenting principles I would ve loved to see representative ratios of examplesAll that said I think it s clear the author put her heart and soul into the book and I really appreciate that she is thoughtfully bringing a broader perspective on family relationships to the attention of us stressed out American parents We truly need it and I really hope some of these tips work for us when we try them Parenting is hard If it weren t there would not be thousands of parenting books Parenting books can provide useful tools and procedures and having aame plan and a set of tools is essential Some parents inherit these tools and procedures from their own families Some parents take classes andor read books There are lots of helpful ideas about parenting here I do feel like the author was a little naive in her complete disdain of western culture It s not all homogeneous and not all bad Similarly indigenous cultures were not all ideal Remember

human sacrifice some 
sacrifice Some the many The Best Man (Alpha Men, good ideas here include working together with your children creating an on the same team attitude and being calm Never discipline in anger is also an attitude I share Cautions The parent in this book is still in the early stages of parenting and there were some approaches that may be problematic for the long term The author freuently promotes the concept of the village and extended family helping raise children but seems to have disregarded extended families in western culture There are so many parenting styles among families in the US that it s hardly fair to lump them all together And yet one of the assets that people in indigenous cultures have is that everyone in a community is pretty much on the same page It is far difficult to use a parenting style that is unusual in your community as other adults the child encounters will not share the same values or procedures And yes that s both the beauty and the curse of diversity It s hard to find consistency but also it s possible to learn to appreciate people with different values All parents want to be better parents I would say that it s best to learn to pick and choose the most natural and effective tools for managing behavior and continue to evolve your tools as your childrenrow and change OKAY So I have a lot to say about this book and not a lot of battery left It was fabulous it truly felt like Doucleff knew the ins and outs of my relationship with my toddler and her parenting advice from non western cultures felt so relevant and eye opening I have not been able to stop talking about it Seriously I won t shut up I knew about the inuit ways of viewing children as emotionally dumb so that section was not new but the Mayan way of building helpful children and Poetry Man giving them their membership card just awed me It made PERFECT sense I freuently try toet my daughter to play currently almost two anytime I et oing on chores because she always tries to undo the chore no matter what If it is laundry you can beet your bottom dollar she will rip folder clothes out of the basket Dinner time She s oing beet your bottom dollar she will rip folder clothes out of the basket Dinner time She s oing that knife You Dead Taboo get the picture TEAM parenting makes so much sense Doucleff took the time to introduce us to the families who helped her not just writing a how to manual and often her visual language was cheesy but effective but hey she s a scientist I marked up my copy heavily and immediatelyave it to my MIL under the Mischief 24/7 (Sunshine Girls, guise of OMG YOU HAVE TO READ THIS but really that woman just undoes any strides we make with my daughter becauserandma So the nitty The Subtle Beauty gritty yes Iave it five stars but it still had some problems First off I d like to acknowledge some of the reviews I have seen that she fetishizes the non western culture I thought long and hard but I honest to Having Tanner Bravos Baby (Bravo Family, god think that is inaccurate She is clearly very excited about them and in awe of their knowledge but it just seems like the appropriate response to the fact that western parenting is bananas and we are constantly told that western ism is advanced and better but then sheot to see the truth we. NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER The oldest cultures in the world have mastered the art of raising happy well adjusted children What can we learn from them “ Hunt Gather Parent is full of smart ideas that I immediately wanted to force on my own kids” Pamela Druckerman The New York Times Book Review When Dr Michaeleen Doucleff becomes a mother she examines the studies behind modern parenting When Da Silva Breaks the Rules (Blood Brothers, guidance and finds the evidence frustratingly limited and the conclusions often ineffective Curious to learn about effective parenting approaches she visits a Maya village in the Yucatán Peninsula There she encounters moms and dads who parent in a totally different way than we do and raise extraordinarily kindenerous and helpful children without yelling nagging or issuing timeouts What else Doucleff wonders are Western parents missing out on In Hunt Gather Parent Doucleff sets out with her three yea. Hunt, Gather, Parent: What Ancient Cultures Can Teach Us About the Lost Art of Raising Happy, Helpful Little HumansXpect too much from our kids do it with them rather than asking them to do things alone there are lots of ways to say no other than saying no call attention to their behavior and allow them to draw their own co My fav uotes not a review Page 68 Go upstairs to The Billionaires Runaway Bride get toilet paper Go to the other room torab a pillow Go outside to pick some mint Even simply walking across the room to Fifty Ways To Be Your Lover get your shoes is areat task for a toddler Go Caught on Camera with the CEO goo Young kids love to Wyoming Strong (Wyoming Men, go Harness that energy while also teaching them to pay attention to the needs of others Hold the plate while we take the pancakes out of the pan Hold the door while we take thearbage out Page 71 Instead of Put away your plate after dinner or Fold your laundry you re framing the tasks as a communal activity such as Let s all work together to clean up the kitchen after dinner or Let s all help fold the laundry as a family Page 93 I also really love playgrounds if you can believe it I love watching the birds reading a book or writing in a notebook I love that playgrounds bring together kids of all ages But I don t like playing on a playground That turns the activity from family centered to child centered in my mind So Rosy and I Arabian Nights go to the playground often but I work while she plays Page 166 In this way physicality is a bit like a Swiss Army pocketknife It offers several tools in one You canently touch a child s arm or ru I think that if this book had been around sooner my teens and young adult would be even happier and self actualized I ve been reading parenting and child development books for about twenty years now my oldest is 20 and some have been real standouts but this is the first that really steps back from scientific studies to take a longer and wider view Rather than contrasting Western parenting styles with what the rest of the world does Doucleff looks at the practices of rural societies in Mexico Tanzania and Canada who live communally and traditionally and seemingly conseuently have much calmer children and much less fraught parent child relationsDoucleff bravely cites all the mistakes she makes in her own parenting journey and the baffled but kind reactions she receives from her hosts while at the same time laying out helpful action steps for parents who are interested in adopting her newly learned techniues Dip Your ToeI m lucky that I stumbled onto The Idle Parent Why Laid Back Parents Raise Happier and Healthier Kids years ago as well as the excellent The Self Driven Child The Science and Sense of Giving Your Kids More Control Over Their Lives which elouently and repeatedly argues that kids will make reasonable decisions if Enchanting Baby (The Birth Place given the chance and the right information we really don t have to manipulate kids for their ownood and if we do it will always eventually backfireAs a children s librarian the most interesting and novel aspect of the book was the argument which makes a lot of sense when I look back at the development of my own children that almost all toys especially learning toys are unnecessary and can even hinder development because they raise a barrier between kids and the real adult world that they are desperate to enter Fake phones fake food and setting kids off to one side while the real work of the household Wild Nights with Her Wicked Boss gets doneives them a sense that they are incapable of contributing and dampens their strong drive to help It s much better to let the child into the kitchen office or workroom and Midsummer Night (Lady Julia Grey, give them a small task pull leaves off herbs staple papers etc As a parent though the biggest takeaway is to cut down on wasted words I was lucky enough toet ahold of How to Talk So Kids Will Listen Listen So Kids Will Talk when my oldest was three and that book made a convincing argument against ever trying to use logic to compel cooperation but Doucleff really doubles down on that concept As long as a child is not in imminent physical danger use as few words as possible and watch as things unfold It s lovely to watch her own journey from being constantly hyped up and stressed a state her daughter mirrors to regaining a sense of calm which is then passed straight along to her child Some issues with this book The advice is not supported by research The author relies on her limited observations of other families and on the results of applying techniues to a one person sample her own daughter The author assumes that child rearing methods from other cultures are ideal for producing children that are well prepared to contend with western for producing children that Are Well Prepared To Contend With Western The Author Presents well prepared to contend with western The author presents over simplified picture of the cultures she visits and never moves past the surface level observations of the one or two childcare tips she adopts from each The advice is sometimes contradictory On the one hand the author advocates for raising a child that has an intrinsic motivation to help and do the right thing while on the other hand she thinks it s a ood idea to scare your child into believing that they will be abducted by a monster if they don t do what you tell them The scare them into compliance advice is especially disturbing because it s most strongly advocated for use on children under age 6 who aren t yet able to fully discern between fiction and nonfiction Parenting through fear is an antiuated and unacceptable approach in 2021 How can a parent build trust when they are actively misrepresenting the world to manipulate their children The advice in many cases seems to ignore the developmental stages of childhood and sometimes advocates belittling children who are behaving in ways that are expected For example toddlers and young children often have strong emotional responses because they can t yet regulate emotions or express themselves verbally as well as they d like The author advises that you either ignore your child when they re upset or call them a baby Shaming your child into behaving the way you want them to is not a kind approach In some cases the advice is about what s convenient for the parents than what will enrich the child For example the author argues that children don t need toys children can et everything they need by just following their parents around and need toys children can Wild at Heart (Sons of Chance, get everything they need by just following their parents around and them do chores The author also says that there s no reason to spend time doing kid centered activities and they should just do what the parents want to do This means no enrichment trips to children s museums less social interaction with other kids etc The author doesn tive any reason why the interests of parents are important than the interests of kids Where are the males in this bookOverall it seems that the author Lucy Carmichael goes too far with her advice picking up a nugget of wisdom and turning it into something extreme She takes what could be reasonable advice let your child help you do chores even if it makes things difficult in the moment to something ridiculous don t buy your child toys don t take your child to do things that are child centered activities let themet ALL of their enrichment from watching you do chores it s unfortunate because there are ood ideas here but they are sort of warped by the author s interpretation and applicatio. Lligence When kids cry hit or act out Inuit parents respond with a calm entle demeanor that teaches children how to settle themselves down and think before acting Hadzabe parents are world experts on raising confident self driven kids with a simple tool that protects children from stress and anxiety so common now among American kids Not only does Doucleff live with families and observe their techniues firsthand she also applies them with her own daughter with striking results She learns to discipline without yelling She talks to psychologists neuroscientists anthropologists and sociologists and explains how these strategies can impact children’s mental health and development Filled with practical takeaways that parents can implement immediately Hunt Gather Parent helps us rethink the ways we relate to our children and reveals a universal parenting paradigm adapted for American familie. ,

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Suck I Know this is pretty obvious to me already but I never realized how bad we sucked with kids Now the real problem This book was so clearly written by a wealthy woman I just could NOT handle it It was not overly freuent and I believe once or twice she mentioned her obvious socioeconomic privilege but at least 5 times she mentioned thing that were presumptuous because we are westerners we obviously have The example that first comes to mind is that in our western culture out alloparents the nannys baby sitters and daycare workers who watch our kids deserve the best possible compensation etc OKAY Girl we do not all have nannys and we can not all afford daycare and babysitters When she talked about how her postpartum depression One-Click Buy got so bad that after a few months her therapist told her toet a nanny I just sighed In many ways she is NOT relatable She also acts like all westerners parent in this exact way and ignores the facts that many low income families have multi Redeeming Claire generational households as well as many non white people regardless of income There might be white people out there that chose this route but I am not familiar but I also didn t try to write a book on this topic so I am fine with my current ignorance So that being said the parenting advice was EXCELLENT her depiction of her time spent with those cultures was really interesting her daughter reminds mereatly of my own and I really did enjoy reading this book and will recommend it to anyone with children at any age But when I do choose to push this book I will tell them hey it was very obviously written by a wealthy woman and that is pretty annoying I never write reviews for books on Goodreads but I have so many thoughts about this one Overall I think it is Return to Willow Lake (Lakeshore Chronicles great but am taking off a star for a few reasons First theood I love her ideas about encouraging children s innate desire to be helpful and to bring them into our adult world instead of keeping adult world and kid world separate I love the stuff about intrinsic motivation Having taught elementary school for five years I feel like this is something educators talk about constantly and the frustrating part is for all the experts telling us how crucial it is no one seems to have cracked the code on how to actually tap into it I love that the author clearly outlines why external influences like sticker charts rewards and punishments are often ineffective and can actually weaken intrinsic motivation I also really connected with her passages about praise how we as parents can really overdo it with praise and how it often does harm than Fractured Memory good I loved all of the passages about frustration and anger one uote about this that I love and think about a lot The maintenance of euanimity under trying circumstances is the essential sign of maturity of adulthood There is a passage in the book where she talks about living in an Inuit community and observing parents who are experts at being calm with their toddlers These passages were my favorite parts and are the ones I think about most when reflecting on this book The not soood I came away from this book wondering Is play important It sort of feels like the author implies at several points especially at the beginning when she is living in a Mayan community that play is unimportant or at least overrated and not as important as teaching kids how to contribute and be in adult world This is counter to everything I ve ever learned in terms of early childhood education I was taught that play is super important if not the most important thing young kids do The author also recommends throwing away most of your kids toys and not oing on child centered activities ex visits to the zoo children s museums etc which seems extreme The author states several times throughout the book that she finds most child centered activities soul crushing and awful and I think assumes all parents feel this way too I couldn t help but think several times When She Would Moan she would moan eating overpriced pizza at a theme park What if parents enuinely enjoy doing those things with their kids She seems to suggest it s to kids detriment when we center our lives around them which is something that I think happens naturally when you have children and isn t necessarily a bad thing I also felt at times that she was vague about what realistic expectations are for children in terms of behavior There s a lot of parenting books out there many of are filled with conflicting advice and sometimes the wealth of the information Make-Believe Family get as a parent can be overwhelming and frankly paralyzing Overall I would recommend this book to new parents especially parents of toddlers or very young kids it s a fascinating read and full ofood ideas SUMMARY OF REVIEW DEAR PUBLISHER WHY NOT PUBLISH BOOKS BY THE EXCELLENT HUNTERGATHERER PARENTS instead of making a best seller out of DoucleffThe parenting tips seem Major Attraction (Harlequin Blaze good especially the ones that are nearly exact uotes from the different women she interviewed But the overall book is problematic in its simplistic and rosy depiction of people s lives and the texts and documentaries they hearken back to huntergatherer or not everyone faces complications Making the lives of these various peoples seem simple downplays the humanity and reality of their lives I alsoot much less out of the stories about the author s application of what she was learning to her own daughter than I did from the women themselves My kids are older I have five what she was learning and how she applied it is different than what I was learning from them Which is fine but then WHY NOT PUBLISH BOOKS BY THOSE EXCELLENT PARENTS instead of making a best seller out of Doucleff edit Doucleff has pledged 35% of proceeds to the various peopletowns she worked with I applaud this and am Carlos and Diego (Story World) glad to hear it But why is that on the author to be aood person Why isn t the publisher held accountable to that instead of her I believe Doucleff truly connected with them and that she means well but I don t understand why in 2021 a publisher wouldn t see the problem with publishing a white woman s writing the words of a whole lot of families of color Much less problematic but I wonder what she would have observed had she spent time watching the boy children and their sense of responsibility towards the house and the kids The parenting and implications of ender roles was a huge piece of this story that was never discussed I have a lot of mixed feelings about this book On one hand I picked up a handful of tips that have really worked for usOn the other hand the author s better parenting involves saying things like oh you can t do it because you re a whiney baby Um whatI couldn t help Feeling Like The Author Still Didn T Fully Grasp All like the author still didn t fully rasp all the concepts that people were trying to explain The author is still very focused on controlling her child at the end she just now does it differently Better probably overall but she keeps using the word train which makes me cringe They aren t puppiesWhat I mostly Nell (Governesses Trilogy, got from this book is parents talk too much No wonder they tune us out we R old daughter in tow to learn and practice parenting strategies from families in three of the world’s most venerable communities Maya families in Mexico Inuit families above the Arctic Circle and Hadzabe families in Tanzania She sees that these cultures don’t have the same problems with children that Western parents do Most strikingly parents build a relationship with young children that is vastly different from the one many Western parents develop it’s built on cooperation instead of control trust instead of fear and personalized needs instead of standardized development milestones Maya parents are masters at raising cooperative children Without resorting to bribes threats or chore charts Maya parents rear loyal helpers by including kids in household tasks from the time they can walk Inuit parents have developed a remarkably effective approach for teaching children emotional inte.

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