Author: UFI Blog

by Breaunna Stone Many people proclaim themselves to be “pro life,” or “pro choice.” I claim to be both. I am pro life in the sense that I believe that a new life is created at the time of conception, and that every life created, has...

by Miriam Merrill The world continues to advocate for female empowerment but fails to acknowledge the irreplaceable role fathers have in contributing to the movement. I consider myself a strong woman. For my 13th birthday I received a thick book called “Women Making America” filled with...

Guest post by Tina Mann I recently attended a meeting at my local middle school to discuss the upcoming sex education classes. After reassuring the parents of the district’s policy to teach abstinence-based classes, which sounded like a positive approach to me, the teacher played several...

Guest post by Paola Zorrilla Soto Working parents, unresolved conflict between adults, divorce, separation, stepfamilies, two homes, addictions, long-awaited child, an only child, only grandchild, the oldest child, the youngest child, neglect, abuse, overcompensating a child for different reasons, lack of good parenting skills, and so...