Rob Henderson overcame the odds of broken homes and foster care and graduated from Yale. His experiences have convinced him that two parents are essential to the well-being of children.
If we want to cultivate an attitude of respect and gratefulness in our children, is throwing an extravagant birthday the way to achieve it?
Parents who remove their children from the confines of the conventional classroom are not running away from reality. They are running towards it.
If you want to understand what will likely happen politically in ten years, simply look at the cultural beliefs of the younger Americans and how they live their lives. Politics and policy will eventually conform.
Boys are Growing Frustrated by Living in a Feminized Society… and That’s Showing Up in Their Friendships
Is it time to stop treating the traditional, rough-and-tumble boy like a dangerous creature who must be toned down to suit feminized society?
As anyone who has ever changed a diaper will tell you, obtaining consent for it isn’t as easy as getting a few coos and giggles.
Have you instilled this quality in your child?
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, who will wed on Saturday, should not be lulled into a false sense of security by the positive coverage they’ve been receiving.
Do women and young girls need to realize that being a wife and a mother is not a life of drudgery and oblivion?
A weekend fasting from personal devices.
Is self-control something you can acquire, like a new language or a taste for opera? Or is it one of those things you either have or don’t, like fashion sense or a knack for telling a good joke?
While it’s worthwhile to explore the pros and cons of attachment parenting, Tiger Moms, or free-range concepts, do we get too caught up in these theories? And in so doing, do we forget the basics every parent should pass on to a child in order to ensure that he or she becomes a flourishing adult?
Is the education system trying to replace the core unit it desperately needs to back it up?
If you have a child who is a fussy eater, you’re not alone. Almost half of all children will go through a fussy eating period in the early years.
Some of this is likely due to Joanna Gaines’ celebrity status. But after looking through her cookbook, I can’t help but wonder if there’s something more than popularity generating the chart-topping sales.
Initially, the bill tried to mandate fire inspections of all homeschooling families. Then the proposal was amended—this time to force homeschooling families to give out private information about the names and address of homeschooling families.
The most obvious issue is this: “What is the meaning and value of a single human life?”
I can think of no worse situation than having to choose whether or not to continue treating my child. Actually, that’s not true. There is a worse situation.
In the more than 80 hours of sex ed that kids are subjected to during their public school career, children are asked to become experts on every contraceptive drug and device imaginable, and yet no time is spent on how to form healthy marriages and happy families.
It's not as difficult as many would believe.
Stanford Study: Religious Teens Are Smarter (and More Conscientious and Cooperative) than Non-Observant Teens
Observant students tend to be more conscientious and cooperative.
Is it time to return to the wisdom Barbara Bush presented at Wellesley so many years ago?
"The culture of the group of which your child is a part growing up will be the culture he or she adopts as their own."
Our modern homeschooling freedoms come with the responsibility to protect those freedoms.
Hollywood's Dwayne "the Rock" Johnson and his partner have another daughter on the way.
One of the overarching desires in life – whether we admit it or not – is to simply be happy. We know it’s not always feasible or realistic, yet it’s something we desire on some level—for ourselves, our spouses, and most especially, our children.
Those in the medical community are beginning to speak up about the dangers of helping children transition to the opposite sex.
It’s all well and good to praise a girl for being a success in school, but when we do so, we should also consider the message it sends to her.