All Blog Posts Tagged 'society' (4)

Man Up?

The identity of the American man, has it changed over time? I think it has. My grandfather talked about his duty to his family with his military work in Alaska and working on the railroad. His identity as a man was how hard he worked with his hands and how much he provided for his family. Today its a bit hazy. Is the identity of a man the CEO of a multimillion dollar company? Or is it the guy pushing his child down the street in a stroller while his wife is…
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Added by Heather Jones on November 7, 2011 at 8:33am — No Comments

Book Giveaway!

Kristi's Book Nook is offering lots of fun reads for the kids this summer!

 

NG Kids Human Footprint!

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Added by Kristi Bernard on July 23, 2011 at 8:08pm — No Comments

What Messages Are We Sending to Our Children?

Have you taken your children to the movies lately? Or for those with pre-teens and…
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Added by denny hagel on June 19, 2011 at 9:00am — No Comments

Bullying: A Society Divided

Hi everyone!  Please visit 3girlsblogging.com.   The current weekly topic is bullying.  At 3GB, our weekly column covers three different perspectives: the stay-at-home mom, the medical professional, and the tween/teen. Our lead columnists are Dr. Sue-Ellen Franklyn, an internist, Zaharah Zaidi, a tween author, and Lisa Franklyn-Zaidi, a former financial analyst.

 

Here is the stay-at-home mom's view-- The Substantive…

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Added by Lisa Franklyn-Zaidi on April 11, 2011 at 1:40pm — No Comments

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