Parents

Some articles on parents:

Homosexuality - Parenting
... has been generally consistent in showing that lesbian and gay parents are as fit and capable as heterosexual parents, and their children are as psychologically healthy and well-adjusted as children ...
Saul Alinsky - Early Life and Family
... Alinsky was born in Chicago, Illinois in 1909 to Russian Jewish immigrant parents, the only surviving son of Benjamin Alinsky's marriage to his second wife, Sarah Tannenbaum Alinsky ... Alinsky stated during an interview that his parents never became involved in the "new socialist movement." He added that they were "strict orthodox, their whole life revolved around work and ... a devout Jew until the age of 12, after which time he began to fear that his parents would force him to become a rabbi ...
Farley Granger - Early Life
... their social status, both of Granger's parents began to drink heavily ... in a seedy part of Hollywood, and Granger's parents worked at various temporary jobs ... morning Gersh contacted Granger's parents and asked them to bring him to his office that afternoon to discuss the role of Damian, a teenaged Russian ...
Open Adoption - History of Openness in Adoption
... Closed and secret records reassured adoptive parents from the fear of returning biological parents ... mothers" and "giving them" to adoptive parents became the norm during the BSE ... mothers were told to keep their child a secret, and adoptive parents told to treat the child "as if born to" ...
Kateryna Yushchenko - Parents
... Kateryna Yushchenko’s parents met in Germany, married, and gave birth to her sister Lydia in 1945 ...

Famous quotes containing the word parents:

    We can teach prevention. For little kids, the best protection is that they should not be alone in public places. All children should be conscious of strangers, and be discriminating and wary of them. This won’t make them grow up suspicious as long as they have adults around whom they know and can trust: relatives, friends of their parents, parents of friends.
    —“How Parents Can Talk to Their Kids,” Newsweek (January 10, 1994)

    The more I read and the more I talked to other parents of children with disabilities and normal children, the more I found that feelings and emotions about children are very much the same in all families. The accident of illness or disability serves only to intensify feelings and emotions, not to change them.
    Judith Weatherly (20th century)

    Let children know you are human. It’s important for children to see that parents are human and make mistakes. When you’re sorry about something you’ve said or done, apologize! But don’t sound guilt ridden. It is best when parents apologize in a manner that is straightforward and sincere.
    Saf Lerman (20th century)