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5 Dos & Don’ts When Dining Out with Your Son 

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A privileged, white male mansplains how to raise kind boys A restaurant dining-room can be a very important classroom—or social-construction-site—for our sons. It provides the intimacy of family within a larger public space, as well as the engagement of “strangers” in the work of service. Read more [...]

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Why some prayers aren’t answered:

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Today, in my morning devotions and meditations, I did some online research to see how modern thinkers answer the question of why God sometimes does not answer our prayers. I was really disappointed to find so many articles that blamed the victim, claiming that the…

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Do you participate only as a leader?

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Do you tend to participate in groups only as a leader? Really think about this for a second. When was the last time that you weren't a committee-chair or chapter-president or section-manager? Did you do well there? Did you thrive? Or were you constantly frustrated, and…

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5 Q’s to make your next political discussion more productive

"You see why I hate talking about politics during meals?"

Is it possible to have a positive exchange about politics even when we disagree? Behind every strong political opinion is one (or more) of the five histories or habits presented…

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October 10, 2015
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It's October 10th (10/10). For the last several years, I have made a habit of using this date as an excuse to make another gratitude list; a list of 10,…

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15 things I have learned since I moved to Uganda–15 years ago today

September 17, 2015
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15 things I have learned since I moved to Uganda–15 years ago today

  On September 17, 2000, I boarded a plane in Phoenix, Arizona. I was headed for my new home in Uganda, East Africa, and my mission was to create AidChild.…

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Nathaniel is CEO of AidChild.org. He holds a Master's Degree in Human Development and Psychology from Harvard University where he was a Reynolds Fellow in Social Entrepreneurship, and winner of the 2010 Harvard HDP Marshal Award. He also holds a PhD in Leadership Studies from the University of San Diego where he was the Dammeyer Fellow in Global Education Leadership, and a Cordes Fellow at Opportunity Collaboration. Nathaniel is author of "We Are Not Mahogany: Three stories about the male African life." Prior to his move to Uganda in 2000, Nathaniel was Deputy Director of the Office of the Governor of Arizona, and Director of Education at Leadership, Inc.

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