Their social and family life were definitely simple. Caring attachments are no conscious effort for them. They naturally cohere with each other in deep emotional bonds brought about by their condition.
They essentially hunt and gather for like five days, and rest for the next 3 or 4 days before doing the same activity again. Their routine basically solicits from the body the natural psychological rhythm – could be stress response, homeostasis, circadian rhythm, adaptation instincts.
Of course, on the flipside, life is a little harder for them. Mobility is an issue, especially carrying bulky goods. The leading cause of deaths are biological trauma, infectious disease, childbirth and other incidents.
Nevertheless, quick lessons for us modern citizenry. Their body and psychology are highly and consciously attuned to nature’s blueprint. The two cogs mesh together into one symphony of an ideal elan vital human being.
But as soon as the human population exponentially grew, demand to food ratio became inverted. The abundance of sustenance came to a breakdown from a breakeven ratio. So, one major shift came into being. From being wanderers and gatherers, these ancestral tribes tend to relocate and reclaim lands for steady farming and livestock raising. This is also the time where shifts from free-for-all to entitlement and ownership started to brew.