Common Sense Ethics
Common Sense Ethics explores good character, virtue, integrity, introspection, Stoic philosophy, practical moral framework, and personal growth.
Book Review & Summary: Time to Parent By Julie Morgenstern
Parenting really is the ultimate time management challenge. Parents are often stressed about the busyness in their lives and how to meet their child’s needs along with all the other demands of life. I honestly think this book helps to take much of that stress away. Read on for my full review: #parenting #timemanagement
3 Unpopular (But Likely Correct) Opinions According to Cicero
3 of Cicero's opinions that may be unpopular, but are likely quite correct. Read on to find out what they are. #Cicero #philosophy #Ancient Rome
Watch These 3 Great Thought-Provoking Films
This is why Master and Commander, My Dinner With Andre, and The Reader top the list of greatest philosophical and thought-provoking films. #movies #periodpieces #philosophy
5 Ways to Counterbalance and Ugly and Barren Cultural Landscape
If we want independence from the toxic values of popular culture, there are things we can do to counteract those toxic values. Here are 5 suggestions for counterbalancing today's barren cultural landscape:
Peaceful Parent, Happy Kids Online Course Review
Dr. Laura Markham's Peaceful Parent, Happy Kids course teaches parents to coach and connect with their children while better regulating their own (parental) emotions. The course provides many strategies on how to have a more positive, cooperative relationship with your children. #parenting
Resisting Social Pressure
Some people naturally have personality traits that make them more resistant to social pressure, but anyone can develop these traits with practice. Here, I'll discuss the stop 5 traits of peer pressure resistant people and how you can develop these traits:
5 Tips For Winning a Debate
Cicero was one of Rome’s most gifted orators, and he was skilled at rhetoric in a society in which verbal persuasion was especially critical to daily life. This post succinctly highlights 5 of Cicero's most important pieces of advice on debate and rhetoric.
What Can Philosophers Tell us About Stigmatization and Mental Health?
What we should do when people reason differently, when they manage emotions differently, and when they resist attempts to bring them into line? #mentalhealth #psychology
Why A Decorated Marine Believed War is a Racket
When he retired from the military, Butler took the unusual step of pointing out that war is a racketeering scheme in his 1935 book, War is a Racket. What did he mean by this?
On Tyranny: Why I Wouldn't Read it Again
So close, yet so far. Sadly, On Tyranny is hackneyed partisanism under the guise of a serious work, and not really worthwhile reading for non-partisans and anti-authoritarians who can look at recent events with some degree of objectivity. #politics
Simplify Your Family Life
This book is for any parent who has watched their dreams for their kids slipping away amongst the overwhelming pace and expectations of family life today.