Raising Your Children with the Help of Idols

Parenting is full of rough seas, from stress-filled dinners to the backlash from a teen to joylessness to a child's habitual, embarrassing disobedience. Parents can feel overwhelmed by it all, as if they are trapped in an ever-shifting, unsolvable puzzle and the only other sentient beings alongside them are their rebellious children. It is in these difficult or perplexing times parents turn to what they truly believe will offer them help, thus these are the times that parents are tempted to turn to their idols for help in raising their kids.

A Moral Review of Snapchat [and a few questions for assessing the value of other apps]

Snapchat has a commanding reign over our youth's social media intake - 83% of teens regularly use Snapchat and most of them open the app at least 25 times a day for at least 30 minutes per day (but I am going to guess it is higher than that). For these stats and more check …

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