As an athletic coach over the last 10+ years, I have had the opportunity to ask many different students, athletes, and teams a very important question: “Why are you here?” This question, depending on the …
A recent study found that children raised in religious homes are actually somewhat less altruistic and have more punitive tendencies than others without a strong influence of religion in the home. Is this accurate?
Talking about death can be hard for us as adults. We think that must mean it is hard for our kids as well, but that need not be the case.
When it comes to teaching our children about money, I’m still learning, and I’ve probably learned at least as much from failure as from success.
Being a parent often means answering some tough questions and helping little ones understand things that even we as adults might find confusing.
The stories of race are bound up in the story of America and in all of our identities, so directly addressing it with our children is an approach we have no choice but to take. This is especially true because of the tremendous paradox of talking about race in America.