Resources for Creating a Safer, Saner, More Loving World

Day: November 2, 2010

Family Conversations and Voting

Midterm Voters Personally Happy, Enjoy Talking Politics, and Get Family Members to Polls Too

An Election Day survey of more than 8,700 adults showed families talking about politics at home most often agree with each other, are likely to vote early, and are generally happy with their lives.

National Adoption Awareness Month

Celebrities Speak Out for 100,000 in Foster Care

November is National Adoption Awareness Month. Celebrities and other public figures are actively campaigning to help find parents for more than 100,000 children living in foster care.

Elections and Families Survey

How did family conversations influence voting decisions in the 2010 midterm elections? is offering a chance to win a free iPod Touch to adults living in the U.S. who share their experiences through a brief, online survey.

Irreconciliable Differences

Reconcilable Differences

One of today’s top stories is a 2001 TIME Magazine article on how families are coping with separation and divorce. Is the sudden popularity of a nearly decade old story a sign of the increasing stress facing couples and families? The 2010 Thanksgiving Family Survival Guide can help.

Copyright Notice

Copyright ©, 2009-2017. Unauthorized use and/or duplication of this material without express and written permission from is strictly prohibited. Excerpts up to 500 words and links may be freely used by educational and nonprofit organizations provided that full and clear attribution is given to the article's author and with appropriate and specific direction to the original content. Please address permission requests to
November 2010
« Oct   Dec »