This week, I’m blogging about how America continues to shift as a modern society. A new study found that Americans now eat most of their meals alone, as families find it more difficult to find time to eat together. Additionally, there’s been a dramatic increase in the number of single-person households. Some predict the trend will continue and even increase. At

Follow @TimElmore Yesterday, I wrote that America continues to shift as a modern society. Americans now eat most of their meals alone, a new study found, as families finding it more difficult to find time to eat together. What’s more, there’s been a dramatic increase in the number of single-person households. Some predict the trend will continue and even increase. Thanks to

Follow @TimElmore The numbers are in, and they reveal that America continues to shift as a modern society. Americans now eat most of their meals alone, a new study finds, with families finding it more difficult to find time to eat together and a dramatic increase in the number of single-person households. The NPD Group, a market research firm, reveals that a

Follow @TimElmore Know why so many kids are stressed out and “failing to launch” into adulthood? It’s because of the unrealistic expectations and mental health of their parents. Now before you react, let me show you the results from a recent study. Carrie Wendel-Hummell, a researcher at the University of Kansas, concluded that postpartum depression in mothers and fathers doesn’t just stem from

Follow @TimElmore Last month, something happened near Houston, Texas, that, in my opinion, highlights a significant flaw in American public thought. I want to spotlight the issue here as a case study of what we must change if we’re to prepare this emerging generation of students to succeed as adults. A Houston area principal lost her job after telling students they should