“Ask Ali” is an op-ed column answering common questions about accountability and related topics. Do you have a question for Ali? Send your question to [email protected]. Please note that the views and opinions expressed may not represent those of Accountable2You.
Online predators are tricky and persuasive, so kids have a hard time recognizing the danger. How can we teach our children to be safe online?
Good communication in marriage can be so hard sometimes, but it’s essential to a healthy relationship. Improve your interactions with these practical tips.
Church accountability is surprising low, but you can encourage trusting relationships in your congregation by focusing on these key areas.
As parents, how can we encourage less screen time for our children? What alternatives can we offer to boost their development?
God takes sex very seriously, and so should we. So how can Christians stay sexually pure in a dating relationship? Here are some ways you can pursue purity.
It’s not easy to confront a spouse, but it is often necessary to have a healthy marriage. Sweeping issues under the rug will only lead to worse problems.
The early years are critical in the development of a child’s brain. Parents should know about the harmful effects of too much screen time for toddlers.
What can you do as a parent to help your kids maintain accountability while at school, their friends’ houses, and other activities away from home?
In our technology-driven society, screen time replaces much of the time families used to spend together. How do we balance it with face-to-face interaction?
As a married woman, is it ok to be good friends with a male coworker without talking to your husband about this friendship?