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April 22, 2016

Teach Kids About JesusEarly and Earnestly!

What you teach your kids in the early years is critical. Researcher George Barna confirmed what we have knownthat it becomes progressively more difficult to influence children spiritually ...

January 05, 2016

Questions and Answers about Girls Puberty and Adolescence

Question: Dr. Dobson, my eleven-year-old girl is physically, and otherwise, way too grown up for her age, despite my concentrated efforts to keep her a kid. I don't know how to handle her ...

February 17, 2014

Is Depression In Kids Real?

Question: Dr. Dobson, our school psychologist said she thinks our son is suffering from childhood depression. My goodness! The kid is only nine years old. Is it reasonable that this could ...

February 10, 2014

The Teen Years Are Coming

My children are still young, and they are doing fine now, but I worry a lot about the adolescent years that lie ahead. I've seen other parents go through some pretty terrible things when ...

January 20, 2014

Providing Kids Alternatives to Violent "Entertainment"

Over the years, child's entertainment has become more and more violent. Cartoons these days depict lands of fantasy filled with mythical creatures and mystical powers. Dr. Dobson provides ...

January 06, 2014

Leading Children Through Tough Years

A strong-willed child can put any parent to the test. Even if the parent understands the dynamics a strong-willed child can bring into the family, sometimes the parent needs a little extra ...

March 29, 2013

Study Shows Teens Imitate Risky Sex of Films & TV

Author: Rebecca Hagelin

The entertainment industry has taken more leaps over the past few years on television as to what is acceptable to show during "prime-time." A recent study shows that today's teens are ...

March 22, 2013

Don’t Let PC Schools Hijack Language

Author: Rebecca Hagelin

Growing up, many of us were called names by our classmates and peers. A popular response we may have used was, "Sticks and stones may break my bones, but names will never hurt me." Well, ...

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