A historian's book on everyday life in Medieval Europe reveals an interesting portrait.
The Washington Post recently reported on a growing problem afflicting the American workforce: fewer men are participating.
Can the freedom philosophy be applied to parenting?
The use of polite language in every day conversation shouldn’t be unique.
The new film 'Lady Susan' reveals the grapple for power and money in the 19th-century marriage market.
Is it time we recognized that fathers are far more valuable and positively influential in a child’s life than we give them credit for?
Continual adult-directed activities may be preventing creativity and innovation in children.
"I realized the school structure of sending work home is strangely geared to form a wedge between the parent and the child."
With the breakdown of the family there are an increasing number of children who have failed to make these attachments because their family is in chaos.
New research suggests that virgin brides have the lowest divorce rates.
‘If you take away religion, you can’t hire enough police.’
These homeschool grads are not only planning to attend college, they already are in college.
Is it possible that smaller, more local schools can offer surprising educational benefits that today’s mammoth institutions are missing?
Is it possible that many children with ADHD don’t need drugs as much as we’ve been led to believe?
Is that really a sign of progress though?
Ella Frech, who lost the use of her legs in 2014, has a message that will make you stand and applaud.
Unplugging yourself from the rube tube can be life-changing.
Pediatrician Deborah Gilboa explains why chores are a necessity for children.
Parents today have grown used to catering to their children’s whims, letting them drift from sport to musical instrument, to another kind of activity.
Earnings increased by 21% for men who grew up in a household full of books.
I have been blessed beyond measure to inherit a free country because others have fought and many have died.
If you haven't heard Matt Stutzman's story yet, you should.
But don't write off marriage with children just yet. The psychologist buried what is perhaps the most salient (and positive) part of his findings.
A shocking letter to Mike Rowe suggests they are.
More employed young men are choosing to live with their parents. Guess what employed young women are doing.
Somebody has to fight the wolves.
Over 1,100 shot, 74% murdered are Black.
Philosophically, it’s difficult to square a genocide on unborn women with a slogan that says a woman has the right to choose.