"When marriage bells stop ringing in a neighborhood, the children in that neighborhood turn mean."
Do we need to re-evaluate the controlled, institutionalized approach we have employed toward education and other childhood activities?
But don’t call it prostitution.
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Is it influenced by American lifestyle choices?
A matter of common sense rather than a prudish whim?
Ever feel like a meanie by requiring your kids to help with family chores, such as folding laundry or washing dishes?
And not just for financial reasons, either...
Does society need to step back from its overcautious mentality and allow parents to once again freely carry out their parental rights and duties?
Maybe there’s something to learn from it.
Some advice from a person who lived through World War II.
According to Kira Asatryan, the word "busy" is killing adult friendships.
Education plays a big role, but the current system seems incapable.
Have many parents unwittingly encouraged their children to be demanding, self-centered individuals?
Would more American parents be wise to instill their children with the same mentality on which the McCaughey septuplets have been raised?
A statement from Amy makes us wonder.
“Turn Down for What” reveals how far we’re fallen.
Do Americans need to take advantage of the time of rest before it’s completely gone?
Is Ms. Winslet on to something?
Americans should stop to consider: perhaps permanence—the guardian of family, tradition, practical wisdom, environment, and culture—is worth it.
It’s worth pondering the role of helicopter-parenting.
Protestor madness at Yale and Missouri are just the latest examples.
Parent-child reading times – even into the teen years – are one of the best ways to turn your child into a well-rounded and educated reader.
How can you ensure your child is reading high quality and worthwhile material?
Is it possible that our shift away from a nature-filled lifestyle is hurting us more than we realize?
It’s a question that should be asked.
Americans were warned long ago that such a complicated mess would result if the government became an “administrative system … to provide for the needs of the poor.”
Society has made many mothers feel that they have to join the workforce in order have a nice home, the latest cars, impressive vacations, and regular restaurant meals and movie nights.