menu
close
search
EXPLORARBIBLIOTECAREVISTAS
CATEGORIAS
EM DESTAQUE
EXPLORARBIBLIOTECA
searchclose
shopping_cart_outlined
exit_to_app
category_outlined / Família & Educação
ParentsParents

Parents

December 2019

Parents brings you expert advice you can trust to help you raise happy, healthy kids at every age, every stage! Celebrate the joys of parenthood! Say yes to Parents now and get all the family-focused fun, down-to-earth tips, and advice from the heart you need to be the best mom you can be!

País:
United States
Língua:
English
Editora:
Meredith Corporation
Ler Maiskeyboard_arrow_down
Nota Get 40% OFF with code: BLACK40
ASSINATURA
US$9,99
12 Edições

NESTA EDIÇÃO

access_time3 minutos
parents

LIZ VACCARIELLO Vice President, Editor-in-Chief Executive Creative Director AGNETHE GLATVED Executive Editor JULIA EDELSTEIN Managing Editor PATRICK MOFFITT Deputy Editor DIANE DEBROVNER Beauty Director KATE SANDOVAL BOX Lifestyle Director LAURA FENTON Food Director JENNA HELWIG Senior Editor, Features KATIE ARNOLD-RATLIFF Senior Editor, Nutrition and Travel KAREN CICERO Entertainment Editor JESSICA HARTSHORN Associate Editor, Beauty SHANNON M. BAUER Associate Editor, Features EMILY ELVERU Editorial Assistants KYLEIGH LEDDY, KARA THOMPSON ART & PRODUCTION Art Director EMILY FURLANI Associate Art Director JAMIE LEE Senior Designer MARIA FERNANDEZ-DAVILA Art Assistant AVA BRAMSON Production Director VINCENT M. SPINA PHOTO Executive Photo Director LILY FRANCESCA ALT Photo Director DAVID COOPER Photo Editor JOANNA MUENZ Photo Coordinator MAGGIE BLATTEL Assistant Photo Editor ERIKA THOMPSON RESEARCH & COPY Research Director BARBARA BRANDON-CROFT Copy Chief JEAN RODIE Copy Editor SHELLEY WOLSON Test Kitchen Project Manager LINDA BREWER, R.D.N. Deputy Managing Editor TARA LUSTBERG Executive Operations Coordinator, Office of Editor-in-Chief ADRIENNE FARR Contributing Editors DAPHNE de MARNEFFE, Ph.D., SALLY KUZEMCHAK, R.D., JENNY MOLLEN,…

access_time3 minutos
editor’s note

How Parents Can Change the World HAVE YOU EVER met a parent who, when asked if they want their children to be kind, said no? Of course not. As mothers and fathers, we know it’s our job to teach our children to be generous and caring. But our message can get muddled as they grow. I was shocked when Harvard researcher Richard Weissbourd, Ed.D., told me that in his study of more than 40,000 high-school students, about 80 percent thought their parents were more concerned about their achievements or happiness than their caring for others. Yet when I reflected on the conversations I have with my own ninth-graders, I realized that I’m usually asking about homework, test scores, teacher reactions, and highlights from their sports and clubs. I want to shift the…

access_time5 minutos
let’s get real

• CELEB Words for All of Us These famous parents are all about thoughtfulness, and we’re here for it. “Friendships between women, as any woman will tell you, are built of a thousand small kindnesses … swapped back and forth and over again.”—Michelle Obama, in Becoming“When you respect the idea that you are sharing the earth with other humans, and when you lead with your nice foot forward, you’ll win, every time.”—Kristen Bell, to the University of Southern California School of Dramatic Arts graduates“Perhaps it’s the newfound clarity I have as a father, knowing that my son will be mimicking my behavior … From small acts of kindness to large measures of character, each move that we make matters. Especially when we don’t think anyone is watching.”—Prince Harry, at the National Youth Mentoring…

access_time3 minutos
taking the high road, even if it kills me

A WRITER friend shared this classic saying with me: Fate leads those who follow it and drags those who resist it. The same is true of motherhood. We can fight it, but it will change us nonetheless. In my life before kids, there weren’t many consequences for the things I did and said. As long as I was able to weave my antics into a wacky adventure, I was typically rewarded for them. This was especially true in my relationship with my husband’s ex-girlfriend, Baz. My obsession with Baz was the foundation for most of my comedy on Twitter and the inspiration for not one but two chapters in my first book. In my younger years (read: most of my 30s), I did drive-bys down her block, posted pics of myself in…

access_time1 minutos
6 gifts for kids that spark kindness

1. Healing Service Project The Mini Box of Hope contains five wooden stars plus supplies for decorating. Go to the website to find a community dealing with a tragedy, then mail your creations to those affected to be hung as symbols of strength. $45; starsofhopeusa.org 2. A Game to Teach Empathy Friends and Neighbors: The Helping Game emphasizes the importance of altruism. Players work together to lend a hand to as many characters as possible. A fun antidote to Monopoly! Ages 3+, $18.50; amazon.com 3. Heartfelt Ornaments Artwork made by patients at St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital inspired these Pottery Barn Kids ornaments. (Half the proceeds go to the incredible organization.) Put one on your tree for a nice reminder of what really matters in life. $10.50; potterybarnkids.com 4. One to Give, One to Keep When a…

access_time6 minutos
compassion for others starts young

Even 6-month-olds can demonstrate empathy, says a study in the British Journal of Psychology. Researchers showed infants two videos. In one, a square character climbs a hill and meets a circular friend; they happily go down the hill together. In the other, a circular figure hits a square character, making it cry and double over. When researchers presented the squares to the babies, more than 80 percent chose the one that had been hit, showing that the infants were empathetic to the bullied shape. You can help your baby develop this tendency. “Her brain grows with love and connection, so gaze into her eyes as you feed her and coo back when she coos at you,” says Robin Berman, M.D., a Parents advisor and author of Permission to Parent. “If she’s…

help