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Lost in a World Without Courtship
By Michael Gerson, Washington Post Op Ed columnist
"Three-quarters of children born to cohabiting parents will see their parents split up by the time they turn 16, compared with about one-third of children born to married parents."
"the fatherless are some of the most disadvantaged, betrayed people in our society, prone to delinquency, poverty and academic failure. Cohabitation is no place for children."
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You don't have to spank your child
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Children Who Get Spanked Have Lower IQs
by Serena Gordon, HealthDay
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The bad news is that youngsters who are spanked might lose IQ points.
The good news is that it appears that children's IQs are on the rise -- and at least one expert believes that part of the reason why is that corporal punishment is falling out of favor in the United States and elsewhere.