How Do We Create Nestedness In An UnNested Culture? A Mother Asks Evolved Nest Book Authors

The interview is by Meghan Armstrong-Abrami, Ph.D., a mother of a six-year-old son and a two and a half year-old daughter, who shares her experience – and questions – about creating nestedness in an untested world. Meghan is a a specialist in child language acquisition and the Graduate Program Director and Associate Professor of Hispanic Linguistics at the University of Massachusetts at Amherst.

Learn about the new book, The Evolved Nest: Nature’s Way of Raising Children and Creating Connected Communities, from the authors, Darcia Narvaez and Gay Bradshaw.

Read the foreword to the book by Gabor Maté, MD, here.

Learn more about the book and read stellar endorsements by Bruce Perry, Dan Siegel, Vandava Shiva, and more, here.

“This gem of a book, vast in erudition and insight and rich in mind-boggling scientific observation, will leave the reader both humbled and grateful.” –Excerpt from foreword by Gabor Maté, author of The Myth of Normal

“This is the most thought-provoking, fascinating, challenging, beautiful book I’ve read in years. With remarkable scholarship and compelling storytelling, the authors examine the consequences of humanity’s arrogant, and, ultimately, futile rebellion from the natural world. There are qualities of the human brain which have allowed our species to invent ourselves into our modern world and live as if we are apart from, and ‘above,’ the rest of the natural world.” –Bruce D. Perry, M.D., Ph.D. Principal, The Neurosequential Network

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