dr. janet taylor
My daughter came home from kindergarten last year with a note introducing a school incentive program where kids get rewarded for good behavior. Then she asked what I was going to buy her.
Is it my imagination, or are our young teens just out of control?
Casey Johnson might have been a billionaire heiress, but she reportedly died alone in a filthy, rat-infested apartment with her 3-year-old daughter in her parents' custody. The death of Casey Johnson is not only a story of a spoiled rich girl gone wild, but also a cautionary tale of just how much havoc addiction can wreak on a family -- and the children left behind.
I have to admit, I get a little hot under the collar when my daughters ask me that question in their "you are really, really crazy" sarcastic tone.
What do you think is the cause of all the teen brutality?
When did parents become so protective? And are you one of them? Do you find yourself denying your child the opportunity to participate in an activity or playdate because of your own fears that may be irrational? Listen up.
The Jaycee Dugard case is giving every mom in America nightmares. Dr. Janet Taylor is on the "Today" show this morning to give safety tips moms can pass on to our kids.