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Women who go to church have more kids—and more help

Want help raising your kids? Spend more time at church, says new study.

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  • Religious people tend to have more children than secular people, but why remains unknown.
  • A new study suggests that the social circles provided by regular church going make raising kids easier.
  • Conversely, having a large secular social group made women less likely to have children.
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How Hemingway felt about fatherhood

Parenting could be a distraction from what mattered most to him: his writing.

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Ernest Hemingway was affectionately called “Papa," but what kind of dad was he?

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Most white parents don’t talk about racism with their kids

Seldom are these conversations actually anti-racist.

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Though race and racism are at the top of Americans' public discussion, most white parents don't talk about those issues with their kids.

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Why are sitcom dads still so inept?

Yet, the real-world roles and expectations of fathers have changed in recent years.

From Homer Simpson to Phil Dunphy, sitcom dads have long been known for being bumbling and inept.

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Why do you believe what you do? Run some diagnostics on it

Does what you believe in come from reason? Or just your community?

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Many of the beliefs that play a fundamental role in our worldview are largely the result of the communities in which we've been immersed.
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