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For kids, violence eclipses do-good messages of superhero movies
A study by BYU and Oregon researchers finds that little kids exposed to superheroes don't pick up on the defend-the-weak and help-others messages, but they do absorb the violence.
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Linda & Richard Eyre: How to address our kids' technology addictions
Parents are scared of technology because of its strong hold on their kids, and because they sense they don’t know the full extent of what it is doing to their children’s brains and to their spirits.
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Twila Van Leer: '52 Stories' project sparks memories of Mom
My mother wasn't wonderful because she was free from challenges; she was wonderful because she faced her challenges faithfully and with grace, accepting them as part of the experience of living.