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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 approach?