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 Le repas familiale; culture d'une vie meilleure

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MessageSujet: Le repas familiale; culture d'une vie meilleure   Mar 20 Juin - 9:58

Selon le Time, certaines statistiques démontrent clairement que le maintien de la tradition du repas familiale a un effet bénéfique majeur sur le développement de l'enfant. Meilleure santé, meilleurs résultats scolaires, moins susceptible aux passes dépressives, voire tout simplement, plus heureux.
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The Magic of the Family Meal

The statistics are clear: kids who dine with the folks are healthier, happier and better students, which is why a dying tradition is coming back

By NANCY GIBBS
Jun 4, 2006



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In fact, it's the experts in adolescent development who wax most emphatic about the value of family meals, for it's in the teenage years that this daily investment pays some of its biggest dividends. Studies show that the more often families eat together, the less likely kids are to smoke, drink, do drugs, get depressed, develop eating disorders and consider suicide, and the more likely they are to do well in school, delay having sex, eat their vegetables, learn big words and know which fork to use. "If it were just about food, we would squirt it into their mouths with a tube," says Robin Fox, an anthropologist who teaches at Rutgers University in New Jersey, about the mysterious way that family dinner engraves our souls. "A meal is about civilizing children. It's about teaching them to be a member of their culture."

The most probing study of family eating patterns was published last year by the National Center on Addiction and Substance Abuse (CASA) at Columbia University and reflects nearly a decade's worth of data gathering. The researchers found essentially that family dinner gets better with practice; the less often a family eats together, the worse the experience is likely to be, the less healthy the food and the more meager the talk. Among those who eat together three or fewer times a week, 45% say the TV is on during meals (as opposed to 37% of all households), and nearly one-third say there isn't much conversation. Such kids are also more than twice as likely as those who have frequent family meals to say there is a great deal of tension among family members, and they are much less likely to think their parents are proud of them.
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MessageSujet: Re: Le repas familiale; culture d'une vie meilleure   Mer 21 Juin - 11:16

Très intéressant... mais je m'en doutais!!! Very Happy
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