Can a ‘Fidelity Month’ revive societal values and mend our disconnected world? Discover the compelling vision of renowned scholar Robert P. George.
Many religious families thrived during the pandemic because of a built-in community and connection, combined with a sense of purpose, comfort, and hope.
Engaging in regular family dinners protected against the harmful effects of the pandemic by increasing emotional closeness and providing dependability.
COVID had a mixed impact on family communication. Excessive time together was hard, but families benefited more from a greater sense of family connection.
When most people think of worship, it’s something happening in a chapel or church building. A deeper appreciation of worship that can also happen at home has been transformative for many families
All the boundary talk in America today can clearly do some good. Are there some unintended effects it also might be having on family relationships?
The world’s getting angrier and colder. We were struck by how diverse families cultivate humility through religious practices.
What else can we do to help prevent cognitive decline in loved ones vulnerable to dementia? Research confirms the oversized impact of continued sociality—from card games to conversations.
Are Latter-day Saints too focused on teachings about the family? Or are prophets emphasizing exactly what God knows will lead to our greatest happiness?
As a young mother, I was a conflicted woman—torn apart by two dreams: “Where did the old me go?” This is how my struggle with children miraculously changed into joy and love unimagined.
Sexual abuse kept happening to me because it’s incredibly hard to notice the signs.
A recent study sought to examine the factors that corresponded to economic mobility, which they define as the likelihood that a child born in one economic class will change during their lifetime. The two largest effects might be...