Nature-Deficit Disorder

For those of you who are interested in raising healthy children. You can order through amazon, or if you are in Pakistan and cannot possibly do that, order it to be delivered to my address. I will bring it with me when I am coming in Feb-March.

Last Child in the Woods: Saving Our Children from Nature-Deficit Disorder (Paperback) 

Product Description
In this influential work about the staggering divide between children and the outdoors, child advocacy expert Richard Louv directly links the lack of nature in the lives of today’s wired generation – he calls it nature-deficit – to some of the most disturbing childhood trends, such as the rises in obesity, attention disorders, and depression. LAST CHILD IN THE WOODS is the first book to bring together a new and growing body of research indicating that direct exposure to nature is essential for healthy childhood development and for the physical and emotional health of children and adults. More than just raising an alarm, Louv offers practical solutions and simple ways to heal the broken bond – and they are right in our own backyard.

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2 Responses to Nature-Deficit Disorder

  1. What an interesting post you have here on attention deficit disorder. This can be cured though. I’ve tried on websites to help me with this problem and it really works! http://www.attention-deficit-disorder.net has really helped me and i can see an improvement in my condition already.

  2. azhar says:

    Man what does ADD have to do with this post? I hate spamming.

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