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E-Books / Audio Books Act Natural A Cultural History of Misadventures in Parenting [Audiobook]




Act Natural A Cultural History of Misadventures in Parenting [Audiobook]
Act Natural: A Cultural History of Misadventures in Parenting (Audiobook) by Jennifer Traig
English | January 8, 2019 | ASIN: B07L16YF3H, ISBN: 1982606371 | M4B@64 kbps | 11h 47m | 321 MB


English | January 8, 2019 | ASIN: B07L16YF3H, ISBN: 1982606371 | M4B@64 kbps | 11h 47m | 321 MB
Narrator: Emily Woo Zeller
From a distinctive, inimitable voice, a wickedly funny and fascinating romp through the strange and often contradictory history of Western parenting.
Why do we read our kids fairy tales about homicidal step-parents? How did helicopter parenting develop if it used to be perfectly socially acceptable to abandon your children? Why do we encourage our babies to crawl if crawling won't help them learn to walk?
These are just some of the questions that came to Jennifer Traig when - exhausted, frazzled, and at sea after the birth of her two children - she began to interrogate the traditional parenting advice she'd been conditioned to accept at face value. The result is Act Natural, a hilarious and deft dissection of the history of Western parenting, authored with the signature biting wit and deep insights for which Traig has become known.
Moving from ancient Rome to Puritan New England to the Dr. Spock craze of mid-century America, Traig cheerfully explores historic and present-day parenting techniques ranging from the misguided, to the nonsensical, to the truly horrifying. Be it childbirth, breastfeeding, or the ways in which we teach children how to sleep, walk, eat, and talk, she leaves no stone unturned in her quest for answers: Have our techniques actually evolved into something better? Or are we still just scrambling in the dark?

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