Paula Rinehart
Paula Rinehart

Paula Rinehart, LCSW, is a therapist in Raleigh, N.C. who writes on contemporary cultural issues that affect families. She’s the author of four books, including “Sex and the Soul of a Woman” (Zondervan).

If Teachers Unions Really Cared About Kids, They’d Be Demanding Schools Open

Politicizing public school instruction marks a disturbing new development that jeopardizes the welfare of kids. Our children need to go to school.

How Memphis Kept Protests Peaceful While Other Cities Burned

As the country suffers through a pandemic, untangles the meaning of racism, and digs out from death and destruction, Memphis is a city to watch and emulate.

How To Parent In A Pandemic

What children need to hear from a parent: We don’t know what life will look like on the other side of this virus. But we will find a way together.

5 Ways To Boost Your Mental Health Amid Big Life Disruptions

To keep your spirits up, relatively simple things make a huge difference. The survival habits you engrain now can fuel an even stronger comeback as this virus subsides.

Newest Middlebury College Fracas Illustrates How Democracy Turns Totalitarian

The vilification of those who differ, the use of social control to punish, dividing all into victims and oppressors—what Ryszard Legutko describes is no longer a small cloud on the horizon.

How Abortion Culture Makes Women Hate Themselves

When motherhood isn’t celebrated and honored, but looked at as an inconvenience, women are wrongly pressured to deny integral parts of their being.

The Opiate Epidemic Is Coming To A Suburb Near You

Beth Macy’s book ‘Dopesick: Dealers, Doctors, and the Drug Company that Addicted America’ is a warning to everyone in America who thinks that the opiate epidemic won’t arrive at their doorstep.

Telling People God’s Okay With Abortion Is A New Low For Abortion Supporters

A social ethics professor at Elon University makes a morally bankrupt case for declaring that abortion can actually be considered Christian.

Even If Your Family Vacation Looks Like National Lampoon’s, It’s Worth Taking

Multiple generations pile into a house together and call it a vacation. It’s a week of making memories, punctuated by a few you hope to forget by Labor Day.

Why Does The Press Only Seem To Care About Broken Attachments For Border-Crossing Children?

Children all over the U.S. suffer the same kind of trauma as those at the border, but it seems the press only cares about the children when it serves liberal ideological ends.

Why So Many Families Who Want To Adopt Can’t

For every adoption-eligible baby, an invisible queue of 36 couples waits for the chance to take that baby home. Most never will.