Homer writes about honor, war, politics and love. His portrait of the marriages of Hector and Andromache as well as Odysseus and Penelope provides good advice for successful relationships.
Apple’s visionary motto of “Think Different” challenges the status quo, while Microsoft’s “Empowering Us All” may just capture the next incremental change on a well-trodden path.
There are a couple factors at play in the rise of childhood disrespect.
If someone is so delusional as to think I don’t work, then calling myself a “work-at-home mom” isn’t going to change their minds.
Can a lack of cooking knowledge and skills hinder development in other areas?
The number of children and the timing of childbearing reflect some of the significant demographic divides in the U.S.
Television writer Andrew Davies has complained that "it is now 'compulsory' to have a leading lady capable of fending for herself."
What is this idea of Hygge sweeping America and what are its origins?
Have we gone overboard on the entitlement-attitude toward chores?
The bill also permits parents to choose “X” on their newborn babies’ birth certificates.
Yet if we step back, we can think of “Baby, It’s Cold Outside” as merely a milestone in the long process that brought the culture to where it is today.
If you are thinking about starting 2019 by filing for divorce, think again. It's a terrible idea.
Zoning laws have create seas of mall parking lots, mostly empty. Whole small towns could have been built in their place.
Learning to be grateful is good preparation for the blows and setbacks of life.
Have you ever wondered why the numbers run so high?
Christmas should be a time for food, lots of it. Ignore the calorie scolds. You can diet the rest of the year.
You have heard the cliche: people are America's greatest resource. Well, it's true.
Real-life nannies aren't all they're cracked up to be.
‘Tis the season for families to send Christmas greetings, and the British royals are no exception.
Parents who fear their kids are spending too much time in front of screens now have more reason for concern.
Parents are increasingly required to obey, to conform to a school’s demands even if they believe such orders may not be appropriate for their child.
Giving children everything they want for Christmas may not be giving them what they need.
"I would love to homeschool my kids, but I have to work.”
As a parent, you should wonder: What are the schools trying to hide?
How can we ensure that the children in our lives receive toys they actually use, enjoy, and are beneficial for them as well?
In case you missed it, Michelle Obama uttered a surprising statement over the weekend. It was all over the news, but unfortunately, not for the reason it should have been.
A poem from 18th century writer William Cowper sheds some light.
Unfortunately, the wounds of the '60s have not healed with the graying of the 1968 generation.