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JUNO

Issue 34 - Winter 2013

Issue 34 - Winter 2013

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What's inside Issue 34 of JUNO (Winter 2013) 

JUNO's ethos is based on conscious parenting, sustainability, social justice, non-violence and a commitment to personal growth and spiritual awareness. This issue is packed full of supportive and informative features including:

  • Steve Biddulph asks: do books keep us from dying? 
  • What really creates secure attachment? Laura Markham sets the record straight
  • An exploration of food and changes: Anna Freedman reflects on her baby's first year 
  • Lino Cuts: Caz Greenwood enthuses about printmaking
  • Letters to my daughters: Jo Cates explains why she writes to her little girls 
  • Craniosacral therapy for babies, children and families
  • Love bombing: Oliver James explains what it is and how it works 
  • Cheryl MacDonald believes self-discovery is the key in helpful birth preparation
  • Wise child: Sheila Freeman learned to trust her children
  • Roger Dwek describes how his schooling influenced his approach to parenting
  • Why adults should play more: Emma Hiwaiza explores the benefits of play
  • Supporting breastfeeding with Benaifer Bhandari and Fiona Heckels
  • Normalising breastfeeding past infancy
  • An education in attention: Ruth Meyers asks us all to give children time to find themselves
  • Craft: how to create two knitted children
  • Kate Orson on how crying helped enable her daughter to sleep peacefully

Materials

JUNO is printed on uncoated FSC paper from responsible sources, and is recyclable and compostable at the end of its life.

Magazines are posted in a paper wrapper which can be reused or recycled.

Size

80 pages, 220x280mm

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