I was recently asked by a student what it’s like getting raised in a Scientology
My oldest is just eight years old, but the father/daughter conversations we have are sometimes
A student asked the following questions for a school presentation on the subject of Scientology.
Personally, I’ve always found that clean, effective communication and setting a good example go much
I got these questions from a Reddit user on the subject of Scientology church staff,
Question: Is the Organizational Body of the Church of Scientology Just as Important as the Content of the Religion?
Got the following question on Reddit, and as I’ve gotten it before, I decided it
Today I want to write about the idea of rewards and penalties. As a child
Not too long ago, I wrote a piece trying to sum up a succinct description of
So – my question is, what do you find works better? Punishment, or simply setting
Unfortunately, as a parent, it usually seems easiest to bark orders at your kids, and expect
Parents do a bazillion things for their kids. It’s part of being a
Yesterday I had a parent ask me a very interesting question that I had to
Quote from L. Ron Hubbard‘s book The Way to Happiness, precept – “Be Industrious”.
It’s a time-honored tradition. Kid wipes out, falls down, or otherwise gets a
“Perhaps the single most important point for parents to follow is the importance of
I’ve got two toddlers, a 3 and a 4 year old, who both still take
What does it mean to make a “spoiled” child? Ask 5 different dictionaries and you’ll
As a trained professional that works with children all day long, one of my jobs
Browse around your Facebook feed, your Twitter feed or countless mommy blogs, and you’ll see
I think most anyone would agree that being a single parent is hard. It’s hard