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Tag Archives: parents
While, intellectually, most would not support murder, the decision of a Texas grand jury to not press charges against a father who killed his daughter’s rapist, shows that our hearts often hold a different opinion on the matter. Continue reading
Looking at the special relationship some children have with their stuffed animals, and how parents have to be especially vigilant about not losing a cherished friend. Continue reading
The furor surrounding the release of the game Bully indicates parents just haven’t figured out that their disapproval increases desirability for kids. Continue reading
The ancillary benefit of being a parent is that we get to relive our childhood. Continue reading
The culture of fear that we live in as adults is poisoning the development of our children. Continue reading