Apr 24, 2019 10:00 pm MDTHere's why — and how — to observe a digital Sabbath The number of people who worry that they spend too much time on their phone has tripled in recent years, according to a new Deseret News poll. One solution is observing a digital Sabbath, and experts say you can start slowly.
Apr 17, 2019 10:00 pm MDTWhat the Tiger Woods comeback story teaches us about forgiveness and redemption It's been 10 years since Tiger Woods fell from grace, but with his recent Masters win, Americans seem willing to forgive and forget, even as we hold others accountable for things they did decades ago. What can we learn from the Woods saga?
Apr 4, 2019 10:00 pm MDTSherpa, snowplow or drone: What's your parenting style? Once upon a time, you were a tiger mom or a helicopter dad; now it seems that there are as many parenting styles as there are children. From drone to sherpa to submarine, what style are you and what do parenting experts say is the most effective?
Apr 1, 2019 10:00 pm MDTThis Utah ethics slam asks: Is public shaming ethical? Public shaming in politics can be a "tribal dog whistle" that makes people feel good about themselves while attracting others who think the same way, says the organizer of an upcoming ethics slam where people can weigh in on the topic.
Mar 28, 2019 10:00 pm MDTWhat Lori Loughlin, Olivia Jade and the college scandal can teach parents about letting their children fail The college admissions scandal has brought into focus how hard some parents work to protect their children — and possibly themselves — from the pain of rejection. There's an easier way, experts in child development say.
Mar 24, 2019 9:45 pm MDTThe college admissions process poses an ethical test for parents, and many aren't passing. Here are 7 tips The college admissions process poses an ethical test for parents, and many of us aren't passing, a new report out of Harvard University says. The Making Caring Common project offers seven ways parents can do better.
Mar 20, 2019 10:00 pm MDTThe college admissions scandal revealed what can happen when a moral compass breaks. How can people fix this? The college admissions scandal shows how spectacularly a person's moral compass can shatter. Why do people go so shockingly off course from their values and how can they recalibrate?
Mar 17, 2019 10:13 pm MDTA California couple's only child died in a skiing accident. Should they be able to have a grandchild by preserving his sperm? A couple is asking a New York judge for the right to have a grandchild using the preserved sperm of their dead son. The case raises ethical questions about the rights of grandparents, the child that might be born and the deceased.
Mar 17, 2019 4:10 pm MDTQ&A: Arthur C. Brooks explains how a BYU briefcase made him a better person and how that applies to America’s ‘culture of contempt’ America's "culture of contempt" needs love to overturn it, not just civility and tolerance, says Arthur C. Brooks in his new book "Love Your Enemies." In a Q&A with the Deseret News, Brooks explains why contempt is an opportunity and love a remedy.