Family and Relationships

Fall 2003

Male and Female He Created Them

Steven D. Andrews

Man and woman—said to be created in the same image, to be comparable to one another, and yet very different from each other in so many ways. Why?

To Have and to Hold

Fall 2003

To Have and to Hold

John Meakin

David H. Olson, president of Life Innovations, talks to Vision about the subject of marriage and discusses some of the challenges facing couples today. 

Book Review: Disconnected Relationships

Summer 2003

Disconnected Relationships

Donna Butler

Vision reviews four books that explore how we handle our relationships and how the choices we make impact our social connections.

A Culture of Divorce

Winter 2003

A Culture of Divorce

Brian Orchard

More and more couples are willing to endure the pain of ending a marriage, a fact that is reshaping society itself, according to experts.

The Family That Eats Together

Fall 2002

The Family That Eats Together

Rebecca Sweat

Is the tradition of the family meal doomed? When family members are constantly on the go, one of the first casualties is the family meal.

Tips on Time Out

Fall 2002

Tips on Time-Out

Rebecca Sweat

Are we willing to make spending time with our children a top priority?

Frenzied Families

Fall 2002

Frenzied Families

Rebecca Sweat

Do children need endless structured activities in order to be fulfilled and to ensure a competitive edge as they grow up? 

Fall 2002

Our Wired Children

Brian Orchard

Evidence now exists that from birth, boys and girls have differently wired brains. So the individual nurturing of children is important from a very early age.

Summer 2002

Workplace Bullying

David Paszkiewicz

Workplace bullies share many of the same traits as domestic abusers.

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