Brad Wilcox is director of the National Marriage Project at the University of Virginia, senior fellow of the Institute for Family Studies and a Deseret News contributor.

An expanded child tax credit would support parents in a way that values both work and marriage.
We don’t need a “Democrat-lite” version of “Build Back Better” from Republican leaders.
In a month focused on women, the character and function of femininity has gone largely unexamined.
Genetics and circumstance play a role, but there are areas of happiness we can control.
Some parents don’t wed because they fear losing government benefits. Governors in states like Utah and Virginia could solve this problem.
Glenn Youngkin’s popularity surged among voters who said education was their biggest issue. How will he fulfill that mandate?
“Build Back Better” was not a unified approach to expanding parents’ choices.
Data paints a picture of a group that has found astounding success in the United States.
“Build Back Better’s” current plan could easily sideline one particular type of child care: faith-based, community grounded organizations.
See the discussion with Professor Carole Hooven from Harvard University on her new book on our latest webinar.
Parents used to be the most miserable ones. No more.
Confucianism welcomes children as gifts — part and parcel of the great chain that unites generations past and future
The American Families Plan ignores the diverse perspective of parents.
Parents crave policies that help them raise their kids, rather than funneling them into day care.