“The apple never falls far from the tree,” the saying goes. But what happens when it does? Our guest today tells the stories of children whose identities are very different from their parents, such as dwarfs who are born to parents of average stature. How do parents and children navigate these differences? And what do these children have in common?
Being related to someone doesn’t mean that you “relate” to them. Do you talk to your crazy uncle about politics? What about religion? Jeannie Yandel hears from listeners about their Thanksgiving blowouts.
A court-ordered release of the Boy Scout’s so-called “perversion files” lists 25 men in Washington state. The complete files identify more than 1,200 Scout volunteers who were accused of child abuse and banned from the organization. These once-secret documents give the pubic an unprecedented look inside the scouting organization.
Feminist author and blogger Jessica Valenti takes a critical look at motherhood in her new book, "Why Have Kids?" Valenti talks with David Hyde about the pros and cons of raising kids in the 21st century and listeners weigh in.