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How Kavanaugh’s Nomination Can Help Us Become Better Parents

Over the weekend, Brett Kavanaugh was sworn in as an associate justice of the United States Supreme Court. My feelings regarding his nomination were conflicting and juxtaposing. As a conservative, I feel reassured knowing that the inherent values I and my peers deem important regarding this country’s social, political, and economic issues will be viewed under a careful and rational ...

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The Guilt Of Being A Working Mother

Ali Wong, the mother-comedian-entertainer extraordinaire, once said (and I’m paraphrasing), “My husband and I work REALLY hard to pay someone else to raise our children for us.” Now, if you’re a parent – particularly if you’re in a partnership in which both spouses work – this comment is every bit as hysterical as it is bitingly accurate. That’s because any ...

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The FDA Failed Our Children… Again!

Vaping is a form of smoking that is incredibly popular among teenagers. Vaping is odorless, comes in different flavors, and if that’s not enough, the vaper can be used to do “smoke tricks”. It isn’t too difficult to see why “vaping” is considered so cool to teenagers. The only problem is that it has recently been linked to heart disease ...

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Sesame Street Introduced Your Kids To Homosexuality Ages Ago

Interesting how we as parents continue to trust the media to raise our children. We sit them down in front of the television or give them our phone to keep them busy and allow them to watch shows  — which are actually “programming” our kids to accept things we may not agree with. Take Sesame Street, for example. Mark Saltzman ...

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Why Our Children Will Never Respect Us

Could Maya families in the Yucatan help us raise our children to like helping out and doing chores? For many, the thought sounds too good to be true. But it’s true, Maya children do chores without being asked to do them. In fact, Maya teenagers cook and clean the kitchen without any fuss – and they do so as if ...

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Teaching Our Children How To Love

In 1910, the psychoanalytic therapist, Sigmund Freud, coined the term “Oedipus Complex” in reference to a general observation he had made regarding the relationship between a child and their parent of the opposite sex. Freud believed a child subconscious harvested sexual and emotional feelings for their mother or father (respectively) and thus, harbored resentment toward the other parent that prevented ...

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How To Treat Daycare Teachers

There’s no nice way to put this: every time I walk through the doors of my toddler’s daycare and round the corner to his classroom what is certain to ensue is pure chaos. Don’t get me wrong – it’s a beautiful kind of chaos – the kind filled with a cacophony of kids yelling and deserted toys haphazardly strung across ...

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Are Video Games Encouraging Children To Gamble?

If you consider yourself a ‘gamer’ (or your children do and have forced its world upon you and your wallet) or even if you’re only slightly involved in the rapidly advancing world of video gaming, you are undoubtedly aware and perhaps disgusted by the now endemic ‘loot crate’ concept. But for those of you who’s only engagement with the industry ...

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As Teachers Fight For More Pay, Celebrities Get Paid Millions

In Hillsborough County teachers are taking their fight for higher pay to court, all while teachers from Los Angeles to New York are complaining about the lack of raises and inability to be paid what they are worth. If you doubt that this is true, simply Google “teachers fight for higher pay” and see the plethora of news articles that ...

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