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Start school Later

March 19th, 2014

A rash of news articles in the past weeks have reported on the findings of a study linking better performance in school with later sleep times. Generally school districts are trying to accommodate busing for multiple age groups, necessitating early start times. Locally, the earliest start time is for the middle school, where kids who

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Dads; the benefits of hands-on parenting

December 20th, 2013

Two news articles highlight the important of fathers in the lives of their children. In one article () it’s reported that men are doing more as fathers than a decade ago, and that this is important “because others have found the more involved dads are, the better the outcomes for their children,” said researcher Jo

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Beautiful post…

December 11th, 2013

http://www.handsfreemama.com/2013/12/10/the-bully-too-close-to-home/

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Hope for Pornography Addictions

May 5th, 2013

In the  month of March, our community had several meetings addressing the problem of pornography.   I knew something about the problem, but discovered that what I knew was not enough – I needed to fortify my home and family much more effectively.  I was saddened to hear the experiences of both women and men

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“Wayward Sons” – Implications for Policy Change: A Look at How Men are Damaged by the Current Trends of Single Parenthood

March 24th, 2013

Today’s (March 23, 2013) edition of the Deseret News has an editorial commenting on the “Wayward Sons” research project, which explores the changing demographic of lost economic parity between men and some of the results as well as causes.  You can read the published research paper here: http://content.thirdway.org/publications/662/Third_Way_Report_-_NEXT_Wayward_Sons-The_Emerging_Gender_Gap_in_Labor_Markets_and_Education.pdf , or the editorial synopsis below: In our opinion: Keeping

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