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The Young and the Color-Blind

When should kids learn about racism?


By Steven Waldman



Dr. Laura's Cure for the Gimmes

The radio personality explains how her best-selling book teaches kids impulse control.



Consumers R Us

Dr. Laura's newest book for tots teaches kids about the desire to acquire.


By Carla Barnhill



A Non-Homophobic Home

My faith impels me to teach my children that love comes in many forms, both straight and gay.


By Rosemary Bray McNatt



I Let My Son Play with Toy Guns

One mom sees no correlation between childhood games and dangerous adult behavior.


By Barbara Russo


11/06/2000



How I Disarmed My Gun-Toting Kid

To a mother who once felt the allure of shooting, even pretend toy guns are too real.


By Lauren Thompson


11/06/2000



Boys & Guns: What's the Attraction?

Dr. William Pollack, author of "Real Boys," discusses the biological imperative.


By William Pollack


11/06/2000



Kids for World Peace

At the Bruderhof Children's Crusade 2000, kids from around the world figure if they can get along, adults can too.


By Frances Borsodi Zajac


08/15/2000

Mrs. Vogel's Abolitionists

Fifth graders in Colorado have taken on abolishing slavery in Sudan as their class project.


By Anne Morse


07/13/2000

Give Peace a Chance

Teaching kids to control their anger is a value that benefits not only your family but society as a whole


By Meg Eastman, Ph.D., with Sydney Craft Rozen


06/28/2000

Blowing Up at Kids

When you lash out at your child, you lose a lot more than control


by Liza N. Burby


06/27/2000

Bending the Rules

We never allowed our kids to hit us--except this once


By Steven Lewis


06/27/2000

Taking the Pledge

The Graduation Pledge Alliance has students vowing to remember ethical and social issues on the job.


By Colman McCarthy


5/31/2000

Like I Care

Raising compassionate kids


by Tom McGrath


03/02/2000

How Kids Learn Gratitude

There are simple ways to cultivate your child's natural thankfulness.


By Jean Fitzpatrick



Ethical Parenting Column Index

By Joseph Telushkin



Whose Application Is It, Anyway?

A parent wonders if it's cheating to help her child with a college essay.


By Joseph Telushkin



What's Inside the Package?

Remember what really counts when applying to college.


By Jean Fitzpatrick



Teach Your Children Well

Advice on raisng moral children in the coming year. By Joseph Telushkin


01/05/2001



Loving Competition

Competition is often stereotyped as cutthroat, brutal, and therefore 'bad.' A former basketball player sees it differently.


By Mariah Burton Nelson


09/20/2000

It's Okay to Be Average

In a world that worships superstars, one mom believes that there's nothing wrong with having ordinary kids.


By Sally Stich


08/24/2000

Mommy, I'm Scared!

Soothing your child's fears means giving her the spiritual tools to feel secure.


By Mimi Doe


08/09/2000

Casseroles on the Doorstep

In a time of need, a mother realizes how important it is for her kids to be embraced by a faith community.


By Jean Fitzpatrick


August 2000

Helping Children Manage Fear

August 2000


By Mimi Doe



And the Award Goes to . . .

We need to recognize kids for being good people as well as star students or athletes.


May 2000


By Rabbi Sandy Sasso



Kindness Counts

May 2000


By Mimi Doe



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