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Siblings Pass On Negative Behavior

On the whole, siblings pass on dangerous habits to one another in a depressingly predictable way. A girl with an older, pregnant teenage sister is four ...


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Why Fathers Have Gray Hair

A father passed by his son's bedroom and was astonished to see the bed nicely made up and everything neat and tidy. Then he saw an envelope propped up ...


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U.S. Teens Are Some of the Least Happy

The United States doesn't always come in first place. UNICEF surveyed 21 of the most developed nations and measured how kids related to other kids, spent ...


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"Facing the Giants": Son Confesses to His Father

Facing the Giants is about the faith of a high school football coach and how he uses biblical principles to motivate and inspire his team to play winning ...


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Boys Doing Better in Social and Academic Circles

Research collected by the Federal Interagency Forum on Child and Family Statistics and the National Center for Education Statistics shows boys have improved ...


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Most Families Eat Meals Together

A recent study by Harris Interactive found that most adults who have children under 18 share a meal together several times a week:

  • Forty-seven percent share 5–6 meals together as a family.


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Boy Surrenders Fear of High Dive

In the summer of my 11th year of life, I learned the power and joy of surrender. It happened in Minnesota at the Edina community swimming pool high dive. ...


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What We Like to Do at Dinnertime

Most popular activities at dinnertime, according to a 2009 survey:

  • Watch TV shows/videos: 36 percent
  • Talk with family/friends: 31 percent
  • Just eat/drink: 27 percent

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Research on Teenagers' Role Models

A 2011 poll asked teenagers to identify the person they admire the most as a role model, other than their parents. (The study intentionally excluded parents ...


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Teens Look to Parents for Advice on Sexuality

A 2011 study revealed a surprising source for teenagers to learn about sexuality—their parents. Here are some of the results of the research:

  • 45 percent of teenagers rely most heavily on their parents for information about sexuality.

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