Several years ago, I wrote a course called Case Studies in Moral Leadership. The course
analyzed the decisions of leaders and focused on the unexpected consequences of their decisions. One study was of Truman’s decision to
Parent Tips 2021
Parenting Tips Revisited.
In the 1980’s, when I was Director of Community and Adult Education for the Des Moines Public Schools and publisher of Iowa Parent and Family Magazine, I did thirty second parenting tips for WHO Radio.
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Show me a working mother who has never had a frantic phone call from a child when she is at work, and you will show me a very lucky woman. There have been several
Many parents want their children to attend college. It is true that studies in the past have shown people with college degrees can earn a higher lifetime wage. Today we have learned that it is becoming more
What’s in a name?
When I was a little girl and we went to visit my mother’s parents, I was taught to call them Mother Dearest, and Daddy Bill, not Grandma and Grandpa. I have often wondered if this practice