Talking To Kids ‘Extremely Crucial’ In Aftermath Of Las Vegas ShootingThe mass shooting in Las Vegas may be difficult for parents to explain to their children.
Woman’s ‘Mental Health Day’ Request Takes Social Media By StormImagine asking your boss for a mental health day instead of a sick day? What would the reaction be?
Seen At 11: Pigs Really Can Fly, As Long As They Have The Appropriate PaperworkTraveling by air can be stressful enough, but imagine who or what might be in the seat next to you.
Seen At 11: Anonymous Posters Confess Their Deepest Secrets On ‘Whisper’Imagine a social media confessional -- a place where you can publicly confess your darkest thoughts and keep your identity a secret.
Psychopaths May Have A Better Chance Of Climbing The Corporate Ladder, Study FindsThe research found that as many as 21 percent of bosses studied have the psychopath traits, for comparison the prison population came in at 20 percent, and the general public at 1 percent.
Some Parents Let Kids Call Them By Their First Names, But Experts Say ‘Not So Fast’Should children call their parents by their first names? Some parents prefer it, saying it empowers their children, but others say it's a parenting mistake.
Viral Video Scares Teens, Parents To Send Message About Social Media Stranger DangerA video with horror movie production values and very real fear has been making the rounds online.
Send Time-Outs To The Trouble Corner? Experts Mixed On Disciplinary PracticeA recent parenting blog about completely eliminating punishment for children has a lot of folks debating what works and what doesn't.
Expert: Mayor de Blasio's Constant Tardiness Will Impact Public's TrustIn his short tenure in office Bill de Blasio has earned a new title, "Johnny come lately," for his frequent tardiness at public events. Experts say if he doesn't start setting his alarm clock it could affect his reputation.
Study: Movies Rated PG-13 Contain As Much Violence As R-Rated MoviesAn analysis in the December issue of the journal Pediatrics shows violence in films has more than doubled since 1950, gun violence in PG-13 films has more than tripled since 1985 and since 2009, PG-13-rated films have contained as much violence as R-rated films.
Brooklyn Daycare Worker Says Robbery Suspect Threatened To 'Kill Her' In Front Of Kids“When I said I don’t have any money, he put the gun more in my face and said, ‘If you don’t give it to me, I’ll kill you in front of these kids,’” the victim said.
Study: Parents Possibly To Blame For Children's Shopping AddictionThe study in the Journal of Consumer Affairs links a difficult childhood, including divorce, to compulsive shopping later in life.

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