Too many kids are growing up without dads at home or involved in their lives. Guest blogger Amy Chariton explores why this is a problem and what we can do to fix it.
Ever wonder what goes on in the United Nations? Check out this video to find out how Dr. Tim fights for family at the UN!
Do you ever feel like you have to explain to other people why you chose to have kids or why you’re staying home with them? Content manager Elizabeth shares her explanation: being a mom can make a difference.
Is marriage really that important? Elizabeth uses social science to show why marriage really does matter in the world today.
Want to know what dads can contribute to a family and to society? Dr. Tim talks about what the research says on why dads matter.
Too many people have to say “Me too” about sexual assault. Has our push for sexual freedom backfired? Elizabeth explains how it might have.
Sometimes media and society seem to say that dads don’t really matter. This Father’s Day, learn what social science has to say about why we need dads!
Dr. Tim shares a little bit about his experiences defending the family at the United Nations during the Commission on the Status of Women. ...
Give your kids the idea that you are a great source of reliable, honest information. Let them know through your words and actions that you can speak calmly, comfortably and rationally about human issues that affect all of us, namely, curiosity and sexuality.
Did you know that the strongest and most consistent predictor of children’s mental health, adjustment, happiness, and well-being is the level of involvement of their parents in their life? Children with involved parents are also more likely to share if they have been exposed to pornography or if someone has touched them inappropriately.