If there is one thing that is universal among families, its anger. Everyone experiences feelings of frustration and irritation at some point in their lives.
Can you believe we are already six weeks into the New Year? For the past few weeks, we have been giving you suggestions about how you can make your family better and stronger in 2018 and beyond.
Young Americans are less likely to believe in God, seldom go to church and rarely pray. That’s according to a new Pew Research Center survey released last week.
Earlier this year, the Research Institute of Child Development and Education at the University of Amsterdam released the findings of a study on parenting that could lead to narcissism.
One of the most pervasive things American children battle today is bullying, especially cyber bullying. It is such a problem that the government has a website to deal with it.
The study also revealed that just 56% of today’s younger millennials (born 1990-1996) call themselves Christian, even though the vast majority – about eight in 10 – were raised in religious homes.
A few weeks ago, someone hacked into my email account and sent out a bogus email, saying that I was stuck in the Philippines and needed financial assistance to get home. It was a scam and those who know me recognized it as such. Thank God they did and didn’t send this identity thief any money.
The term “diva” wasn’t fashionable when I was growing up. We used words such as stuck-up, bigheaded and uppity to describe those who had an air of superiority, who thought they were the center of the universe and who believed they were entitled to the best life had to offer.
With school letting out for the summer, I am reminded of what my teachers used to say when I was in school: “Have a good summer and stay out of trouble.”
They molded and shaped the kind of people we are today. They made sacrifices for their children – me and my four siblings and my wife and her five siblings.