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NURTURE PARENTING MAGAZINE

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Subscribe to enter the latest competitions, get discount codes and offers from our partners, and details on giveaways. Distributed on a bi-monthly basis Nationally, Nurture features comprehensive, informative feature articles giving their readers insight into the many styles of natural parenting that exist in today’s world, thus ‘allowing’ parents to take an ‘intuitive’ approach based on their own individual family’s needs. Subscribe to receive the gift of Nurture! either in print, or eMAGAZINE.

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The destination for thought-provoking, evidence-based articles on the physical, emotional, intellectual and spiritual elements of child-rearing from a natural parenting perspective from conception to the early learning years. Nurture is timeless due to the content, has been recently rebranded, and, has a more natural post recyclable stock using soy-based ink, and new bio-degradable eco-friendly satchels.

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Fundamentally, Nurture advocates the principles of Attachment Parenting, and the Attachment Theory – A Secure Base for Babies and Parents. Attachment is a deep and enduring emotional bond that connects one person to another, across time and space (Ainsworth, 1973; Bowlby, 1969). Over the centuries, parents have been implementing child-rearing techniques without much awareness of the possible long-term effects. We now know that the key emotional systems in the human brain are powerfully molded by parenting experiences. In the past, it was assumed that a child’s developing brain could withstand all manner of stress, however, research is now demonstrating that from birth, a child’s brain and nervous system, are highly vulnerable. Come on over to our FB Group to support you on your journey.

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