Depression and Low Self-Esteem Linked To Believing Life Is Fair

Believing life is fair leads to lower self-esteem and worse behavior in children, a new study suggests. The findings, published in Child Development, suggests that adolescents from disadvantaged backgrounds who believe that they live in a fair social system display lower self-esteem, higher rates of delinquency, and perform worse in the classroom by the time…

Why Giving My Kid Chores Benefits Her More Than Me

The following is an excerpt from Jancee Dunn’s book ‘How Not to Hate Your Husband After Kids’ that was syndicated for The Fatherly Forum, a community of parents and influencers with insights about work, family, and life. If you’d like to join the Forum, drop us a line at TheForum@Fatherly.com.  It’s an issue that’s rarely addressed in…

Effective Ways To Attract Web Traffic Even When On a Small SEO Budget

Search engine optimization is one of the most practical ways of generating new leads for sales conversions. Unfortunately, it can be pretty expensive for online businesses. This is one reason why some people choose to cut corners and engage in generating spam comments. Such tactics have no chance of succeeding these days as search engines have…

What Can Employers Do About The Student Loan Crisis?

There’s news about the student loan crisis just about every day. College tuition is going up at a greater rate than wages. Daycare costs more than college, leaving parents unable to save beforehand. The average student graduates with over $37,000 in student loan debt, often deferring payments and increasing their debt overall. According to Florida…

Why Cursing In Front Of The Kids Isn’t As Bad As You Think

So you banged your knee on the coffee table, set off a string of 4 letter words, and now your half-toddler, half-parrot is going full Ricky on Trailer Park Boys. Is this a language emergency? Benjamin Bergen Professor Of Neuroscience at the University Of California San Diego says it’s not a big f—ing deal. He wrote a primer…