dr. michelle golland
With the recent news of Annie Le's murder at her place of work, consider these shocking statistics: On an average working day, three people will be murdered on the job in the U.S. One million coworkers are assaulted and more than 1,000 are murdered every year. What is more shocking is the fact that half of these cases go unreported.
I keep hearing from clients and friends that they couldn't imagine being Abby Rike on "The Biggest Loser" -- who lost her husband, Wallace, 5-year-old daughter, Macy, and 4-week-old son, Caleb, in a car accident. What would you do if you were faced with such a loss?
Whitney brought her teenage daughter, Bobbi Kristina, to her 30-day rehab stay so she could fully explain to her what had gone wrong in her mother's life. What do you think? Is rehab a place for kids?
Do you scream at your kids to "stop fighting and just get along"? You may want to think again -- you could be doing more harm than good. Our expert tells you why.
What would you do if the man you married suffered injuries that changed him forever?
It was the sucker punch heard around the world. University of Oregon football player LeGarrette Blount hit Boise State player Byron Hout last week after their game. Here's how to teach your kids to lose gracefully.