Tag Archives: children

Why Fathers Matter

Paul Raeburn is a journalist who specializes in research on fathers and fatherhood (see his blog here). Raeburn summarized some of his findings in a recent article. Fathers, it turns out, contribute far more to their children than many of … Continue reading

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Children and Divorce

A recent BBC program explored the traumatic effect of divorce on children. Yasmin Alibhai-Brown shares some sad details from the program, and offers this conclusion: While nobody should feel they must stay with bullying, abusive or truly unsuitable partners, once … Continue reading

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Do Stay-at-Home Moms Have Value?

Princeton alum Anne-Marie Maginnis uses her considerable literary skills to review the state of the debate currently raging regarding the decision on the part of some highly educated women to stay home and raise their children. She takes strong exception … Continue reading

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