The Cycle of Competitive Detachment refers to the slippage in baselines for what we think is normal or appropriate in terms of child raising (minimized support), child behavior (dysregulation), adult behavior (self-centered) and adult wellbeing (ill health) and the degraded culture that ensues. See Cycle of Cooperative Companionship.
Watch the short film, Breaking the Cycle, here.
Read the introduction and first chapter to the award-winning book Neurobiology and the Development of Human Morality: Evolution, Culture, and Wisdom here.
Listen to the Evolved Nest’s podcast on the Cycle of Competitive Detachment:« Back to Glossary Index