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Divorce is Bad for Your Kid’s Health

Divorce is Bad for Your Kid’s Health

Mountains of evidence confirm that children do best when they live with their married biological parents; no alternative family structure affords children the level of protection and stability as their natural family. Children under the pressure of a broken family...

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What’s so bad about divorce?

What’s so bad about divorce?

Reams of research testify to marriage being a force for good in the lives of children and statistically, the home of a child's married mother and father is the safest place for a child. However, Them Before Us does not advocate for "marriage at all costs" if the...

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Biology Matters

Biology Matters

Regardless of how often we hear, "it doesn't matter who raises a child as long as they are safe and loved," the data reveals that being raised by both biological parents is one of the strongest predictors of whether or not a child will actually be safe and loved. But...

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Gender Matters

Gender Matters

Children are fragile human beings that require the utmost provision, love, attention, moral education, and the inculcation of virtues. Without the proper care, children would not survive infancy nor grow to maturity.  Depending on their age, children possess different...

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Them Before Us is made up of ordinary adults who are committed to putting the needs of children at the forefront of the battle surrounding the very foundation of our society - marriage and family.  Are you an ordinary person too? Does your simple blood boil when children are expected to conform to the lifestyle of adults because you understand, maybe firsthand, how hard that is on kids? And are you tired of culture framing adults as victims when we all know that kids are the ones who have to pay the price? If so, we are your people. 

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