4 episodes

How to Raise a Parent is a podcast about the surprising life skills our children can teach us. Join
host Mallory Kasdan — a podcaster, children’s book author, and mom of two — as she talks to
parents and experts about how we can shift our perspectives as adults and reconnect with the
innocence and purity we see in our kids.

This paid podcast is produced by Slate Studios and DairyPure®.

How to Raise a Parent Slate Studios and DairyPure

    • Kids & Family
    • 4.5, 18 Ratings

How to Raise a Parent is a podcast about the surprising life skills our children can teach us. Join
host Mallory Kasdan — a podcaster, children’s book author, and mom of two — as she talks to
parents and experts about how we can shift our perspectives as adults and reconnect with the
innocence and purity we see in our kids.

This paid podcast is produced by Slate Studios and DairyPure®.

Customer Reviews

4.5 out of 5
18 Ratings

18 Ratings

Rosy journalism ,

Looking forward to more

I felt inspired listening to this. Great for parents, educators, and anyone who was a kid at some point. Seriously just insightful about life, inspired by kids.

ReskeOne ,

Really insightful and useful

Not only is the topic something that resonates today, but I really liked the new and practical ideas to try with myself and my family. It seemed new and fresh with suggestions I hadn’t heard before. A fast listen....looking forward to more episodes!

Schadenfreude2 ,

Slate’s Hypocrisy

This podcast is a wonderful marketing vehicle for Dairy Pure, a brand of Dean Foods, the nation’s largest dairy producer and a multi-billion dollar conglomerate. And that’s fine if you’re pro big business, corporate lobbying, and corporate financing of republican congressmen. But I’m guessing the progressive, anti-corporate, socialist Slate readership doesn’t support this. I’m guessing they support local farmers and small, independent dairies. No worries. Ignore the cognitive dissonance. Here’s a free podcast about how delightful children are, sponsored by Dean Foods, whose shareholders believe your delightful children need to consume more milk. Slate thanks you for listening.

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