True discipline is self-imposed.
Why are so many American white men killing themselves and others? And what’s to be done about this phenomenon?
It’s a sad commentary on American childhood when we need laws to protect parents from persecution for letting their kids walk, play, or stay unsupervised.
"I do not deny that women have been wronged and even tortured; but I doubt if they were ever tortured so much as they are tortured now by the absurd modern attempt to make them domestic empresses and competitive clerks at the same time."
Based on trends in costs, it’s evident why many families are choosing to have fewer children – or in some cases, no children at all.
It can be quite tempting for parents who want to see their child succeed in everything to interfere and do the work for the child.
Did the sexual revolution erode men's sense of responsibility toward pregnant women?
Quick engagements and long marriages worked for the Greatest Generation. Could such a model work today?
The life and words of Patrick Henry shed some light on the path to a happy, lasting marriage.
With two children in tow, another one on the way, and a great deal of time in the public eye, the Duchess of Cambridge is undoubtedly one of the world’s foremost mothers.
As schooling has expanded over the past several decades, consuming more of childhood than ever before, and becoming more standardized and restrictive, it should be no surprise that American creativity has simultaneously plummeted.
We have gone from sanctioning divorce only in very difficult cases to viewing it as the legitimate answer for people who are not completely happy all the time.
The difficulty in finding a mate is causing many young and middle-age individuals to embrace an old – and often ridiculed – approach to dating known as matchmaking.
Is it time adults recognize that children are capable of far greater responsibility at vastly younger ages than those at which we begin to give them freedom?
In 'What’s Wrong with the World,' G.K. Chesterton argued that capitalists and socialists alike show little interest in defending our most basic social unit.
Today's society works overtime to proclaim its devotion to women and their right to be anything they want to be... but does it ignore a woman's foremost desire?
The habits families model or teach to their children – whether in spending or saving – will likely get passed on to each generation whether they are wise or not.
Transgender rights campaigner Karen Pollock is credited with the push for such cards. She also suggests the name of the holiday be changed to “Mothering Sunday.”
That's equal to an entire day of school.
The idea that women have been freed from the chains of full-time motherhood to pursue more meaningful work is sexism disguised as enlightenment.
There's a major ingredient Americans have cast aside which may be causing today's chaos.
“I don’t really know what it means to be a boy besides physical attributes.”
Does sexual freedom extend to cases of wife-swapping?
It's not the women getting the short end of the stick.
According to news reports, recent snowfalls led the head of the Jo Richardson Community School to decree that pupils were not allowed to have snowball fights, nor were they even allowed to touch the snow.
Ideally, then, kids will be ‘normal’: hard workers and prudent consumers, who don’t see themselves as better than others.
College professors are realizing that their students don't know how to do anything beyond hooking up.
And can schools do more to compensate, perhaps preventing violence?