Out of the mouths of babes, we sometimes we catch a glimpse of ourselves.
Swear like a trucker and angry? Get your yoga mat.
DiaryDad is teaching his kids to swear like the “best” of ’em. I have given up on watching my language around my kids. I don’t let them swear though and I have no problem with the double standard either. I have friends on both sides of the fence on this issue. Some are very careful…
You can’t limit the vitality of a book’s form without limiting the vitality of a book’s content.
Tor Constantino shares research that links excessive cursing in the media with aggression in kids.
Tor Constantino swears he’s not a prude—he just doesn’t think his teen and preteen are ready for Facebook. ___ I’m a parent of two daughters ages 11 and 13 respectively. Neither of them has a Facebook page—and they won’t in the near term. While Facebook itself has a policy that requires anybody with an FB…
Every relationship has explosive conflicts. Tor Constantino shares tips from 20 years of marriage to help defuse them before they erupt.
Sometimes it takes a few swear words and threat of bodily harm from a good friend to allow gratitude in.
Dave Lesser argues that swear words aren’t the worst words a kid can add to their vocabulary
Andy Hinds doesn’t swear in front of his kids and he has a message for parents that do.
Swearing is pretty common in pop culture, but Ged Naughton cautions that letting the f-word fly in the workplace could be a FCLM (a freaking career limiting move).
Adrian Kulp thinks the dirtiest part of parenting might be the words that sometimes come out of his own mouth.
Noah Brand has a few choice words for the sexist stereotypes surrounding a few choice words.
Why something that sucks shouldn’t be a bad thing.
A basic guide to the correct use of English profanity.
This week Dear John addresses half of a threesome, grad party anxiety, and swearing in front of children.