Category: Parental Rights/ Parenting
Dutch scientists are on the verge of a breakthrough. They predict that within a decade, they will be able to create a working prototype of an artificial womb, something that could save the lives of millions of babies who die due to the premature births.Read More
An early Christmas gift to all Filipino women! We are now entitled to receive a full salary for the entire 105-Day Expanded Maternity Leave Act, as stated in Republic Act No. 11210 — and all of it is non-taxable.Read More
‘It makes me … scared’: Female Myrtle Beach realtors targeted by a possible human trafficking text scam
How does $300,000 sound to you, to become a Victoria’s Secret model?
That’s what Myrtle Beach resident May Barr was offered through a text exchange on Sunday. Barr didn’t buy into the offer, quickly taking to social media to warn others and later finding out she’s one of at least six local female realtors who received the same texting scam.Read More
Suicide is Gen Z’s second-leading cause of death, and it’s a worse epidemic than anything millennials faced at that age
For children aged 10 to 14, the suicide rate tripled between 2007 to 2017 after years of decline. For teens between 15 and 19, the rate increased by 76% in that same time period.Read More
It is not unusual for parents to have difficulty talking with their kids when they are teenagers. In fact, many parents actually almost give up. That is not the right way to handle this problem.
You need to do whatever you can to keep communication open. Here are some general ideas that might help:Read More
The couple were at the cemetery in northern India to bury their baby, who died minutes after birth.
As they dug a small grave for their child, their spade struck something hard. It was a clay pot and, from inside, they could hear an infant crying. That, local police say, is when the villagers discovered a newborn, buried alive.
She was no more than two or three days old, according to police in the state of Uttar Pradesh, who were quickly summoned to the cemetery on Oct. 10 and took the newborn to a hospital. The infant had respiratory problems and was put on a ventilator, said Alka Sgarna, the medical superintendent who treated her and spoke to CNN.Read More
TEXAS, October 16, 2019 (LifeSiteNews) – The court battle to save seven-year-old James Younger from being “transitioned” into a girl by his mother began yesterday. James presents as a boy with his father Jeffery Younger, but as a girl with his mother.Read More
Whenever I am booked for a speaking engagement to a group of women, I generally arrive a good half-hour early to watch the women walk in, grab a cup of coffee, and meander to a seat. They mingle, a luxury I allow them, careful not to impose on the pre-program fellowship I know they value. Most often, I am the program—the speaker invited to impart wisdom on the topic of “marriage in the early parenting years.” Although I certainly do not have all the answers, I draw from nearly three decades of research I’ve done on this topic.Read More
“If the next 10 years are anything like the last five years, we’re all in trouble.” That was one grim takeaway from a panelist at the recent “Summit on Protecting Children from Sexualization.” Hosted by The Heritage Foundation and the Family Policy Alliance, the event explored how children are being exposed to sexual themes, images, and behavior at an early age. This is setting them up for emotional and physical trauma, as well as making them vulnerable to abuse.Read More
We all want to raise smart, successful kids, so it’s tempting to play Mozart for our babies and run math drills for kindergartners. After all, we need to give them a head start while they’re still little sponges, right?
“It doesn’t quite work that way,” says Kathy Hirsh-Pasek, a professor of psychology at Temple University and co-author of Becoming Brilliant: What Science Tells Us About Raising Successful Children with Roberta Golinkoff. She’s been studying childhood development for almost 40 years.Read More
Setting the box office record for an October release, the new film Joker is a worldwide phenomenon. Before its release and since, discussion of the film has been obsessed with the debate over whether the portrayal of a disaffected white man violently lashing out at society might bleed over into real life by breeding copycats or if such suggestions are the overreach of woke culture. Major reviewers have judged the film to be “empty,” “foggy,” and a “bad movie,” that “leaves you numb.” But critics have missed what seems to me a central message of the story: the descent into madness begins with the breakdown of the family.Read More