Kids will never be prepared for today's cruel world if we persist in giving them the velvet glove treatment.
Lust and its corrupting power are a central theme in Dostoyevsky's masterpiece 'The Brothers of Karamazov.'
It's brave to contact someone with whom you disagree politically and say “Let’s have coffee and talk."
Are young women scrambling to escape Tinderverse?
MTV abolished gender-specific categories for acting awards this year.
It’s good to let children pursue their interests. But the fact is, they are children and at a stage in which the will is fickle and the mind untrained.
Has the diminishment of one part of the First Amendment led to the squelching of another?
A former public school teacher and supporter has changed her tune: "Everyone who can leave, should."
Parental authority seems to have all but disappeared in many families. Instead, children are given the velvet glove treatment.
Do schools need to go back to teaching basics like cooking to ensure that kids have the tools and responsibility to succeed in the real world?
The latest research by developmental psychologists shows that American children are not competent at crossing busy streets until they are at least 14.
‘Please’ and ‘thank you’ go a long way in a self-entitled world.
The reason that Tolkien’s greatest love story has been largely unknown is that it is little more than a footnote in 'The Lord of the Rings.'
As well as his family, a man needs friends.
"Many educators have the view that parents can be nuisances and their school contacts should be limited."
Gallup asked fifteen hundred Americans why they attend religious services. The responses might surprise you.
An abundance of research shows both technology addiction and loneliness are on the rise. Is there a connection?
The British counseling service, Childline, has recently reported an uptick in the number of lonely children. But why?
Playing benefits both parent and child.
If Whole Foods sales are any indication, their strategy of catering to millennials isn't working - for an obvious reason.
Author and feminist activist Fay Weldon confesses that her earlier quest for feminism failed to consider the interests of mothers and children.
According to a recent WSJ report, Target Chief Executive Brian Cornell admitted to internal sources that the company handled the issue poorly.
A wildly popular Idaho education program places money for college and other courses in the hands of middle and high school students.
Are we sending women the wrong message by suggesting they are "weak" for desiring male companionship?
Has the quest to break down multiple stereotypes and gender conventions served to pigeonhole women into one narrow stereotype of the feminist ideal?
It is generally assumed that black families are big fans of public schooling, but that assumption is dated.
The focus on girls causes us to overlook the ways in which boys are struggling.
Evidence shows that increasing numbers of younger men are looking for stay-at-home wives.