Jonathan Franzen’s latest book, ‘Crossroads,’ is a sweeping look at a family coming apart at the seams and a potent moral examination of the self-righteous fixations of white progressives.
Today, one-quarter of women between 32 and 38 were not married when they had their first child, compared to only 4 percent in 1996.
There will be plenty of pecan pie, a Christmas ham, carols, lots of fellowship, and the joy of knowing that our hope is in the promise of eternity.
In South Africa, citizens learned to do without mismanaged public services or developed workarounds, something Baltimore residents haven’t learned yet.
Many women are realizing the synthetic hormones in most methods of contraception come with side effects and risks that are annoying and sometimes dangerous.
It’s the Stones’ recognition that their family is both something to be protected and a source of strength that makes ‘Manifest’ worth watching.
The pandemic has turned many things upside down. If it also re-sizes our expectations of ourselves as women and mothers, it will have delivered an unexpected gift.
We should cultivate in ourselves an ethic that sees work as part of a bigger picture rather than an end itself, and values work more highly because of it.
Suzanne Venker’s new ‘How to Get Hitched (and Stay Hitched)’ is especially for women who are not currently married — but would like to be.
Marriage better supports individual and social wellbeing, and the government can and should reinforce its value through economic incentives. Cohabitation, not so much.
Jeremy Adams’ book, ‘Hollowed Out,’ offers an alarming diagnosis, and a little hope, for a generation that has rejected family and tradition for a damaging digital existence.
Look at your life and prioritize what’s most important to you. If finding someone to love who will love you back matters, focus your energies there.
The rag-tag group of friends and their family drama in ‘Outer Banks’ Season 2 highlights the importance of a teenager’s in-person community.
‘Progressives hate babies because they’re crying, drooling, pooping refutations of everything woke leftists believe,’ Ben Domenech said on ‘Primetime.’
To use children and parenting as highways to self-serving pleasure is to make light of social foundations we can’t afford to lose.
In a miniseries relevant for our times, four remarkable children must tune out media propaganda and seek truth to solve what’s causing a society-wide panic.
For Sandra Salave’a, a chef, wife, and mother of two boys, climbing costs due to government-induced inflation affect every part of her life.
How could our society be so callous to children as to make them the link to welfare payments? Do people know what it feels like to grow up in a relationally chaotic home?
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