The Continuum Concept, in search of happiness lost eftir Jean Liedloff
“If the world could be saved by a book, this just might be the book.” – John Holt
“Basic things about human nature that we forget or ignore at our peril.” – Professor Robert Aldrich, M.D., formerly of the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development, Washington, D.C.
“Deserves to be read by Western parents, child psychologists, and other social engineers concerned with restoring self-reliance and well-being. There are remarkable insights here.” – The New York Times Book Review
“A book we all should read … to help us become nurturing parents and advocates for our own chld within, to understand what we missed, and to restore it.” – Gloria Steinem
“Invaluable. Extraordinary sensitive, brilliantly written … it is wonderful.” – Ashley Montagu
“If I had to choose one book to give parents-to-be, here it is.” – George Leonard
Jean Liedloff, an American writer, spent two and a half years deep in the South American jungle living with Stone Age Indians. The experience demolished her Western preconceptions of how we should live and led her to a redically different view of what human nature really is. She offers a new understanding of how we have lost much of our natural well-being and shows us practical ways to regain it for our children and for ourselves.