Shame can be a tool in teaching kids. How can we understand the difference between shame and shaming? Do you feel our culture is becoming more and more shameless?
In today’s society, children are looking for something wholesome, especially when it comes to their choice of what movie to watch.
As Christian content keeps topping at the box office, do you believe society is searching for something in place of the negativity in the world? Will good prevail over evil?
Living in a false reality of believing your own lies is delusional behavior. Delusion is a mental illness in which we are seeing more and more of, in today’s society.
God wants us to tell the truth, so much so that he wrote it into the ten commandments. If our children break this Commandment, what consequences should there be? Should the consequence differ according to the lie?
In our society today the quality and quantity of interactions our children have will have some kind of affect on their DNA, whether it is education, the internet or entertainment.
Nature versus nurture is the oldest issue within psychology to date, but isn’t in our nature to nurture? How do you think society influences your children today and what adverse effect does it impose on their lives?
Talking to your kids and teaching God’s word is their protection in a culture where mental illness is based on feelings and not fact.
In a society where feelings are prioritized over facts, where does reality fit in? Could mental illness be the result?
Peer pressure is not just between kids, in today’s digital society, peer pressure is now among adults.
Do parents seem to cave to today’s culture of the digital age? Do parents cave more and more with the passing of each generation?
Hours a day are spent on playing video games in today’s society, it has become a comfort to those who feel lonely.
In a generation where playing video games just seem natural, could it be that kids are gaming for the company? Are parents not seeing the loneliness behind playing video games?