Senior pranks are a tradition across the country, and each year graduating classes try to outdo those that have gone before them and leave their mark. Some are fun, but some go way too far as did this one in Morganza, Maryland, that has led to criminal charges against seven students.Read Full Story
I get it. Grades are important, and we all want to teach our kids lessons that make a lasting impact. There's a limit, though, to how harsh those lessons should be, and this father went way beyond that limit.Read Full Story
"I will git you for that. I cude throe you in to the chrash can." This was written on the note hand-delivered from my "chrash"-talking 6-year-old one day recently when I told her to turn off her iPad. She begged; she pleaded; and when I wouldn't give in, she resorted to misspelled threats.Read Full Story
My grandma used to say, "You get what you give." That phrase seems to have rung true for a Florida mom who ended up in jail on child abuse charges after sending her daughter to West Hernando Middle School in a homemade T-shirt designed to humiliate and shame.Read Full Story
Public shaming may be as old as The Scarlet Letter, but it has gotten much, much worse in the social media age. Instead of parents punishing the old-fashioned way, or even — gasp — talking it out with their children, parents are quick to publicly embarrass their kids while claiming to teach them a lesson.Read Full Story
Any time a lively parenting debate comes up about harsh parenting practices, one excuse resonates: My parents... (fill in the blank), and I turned out fine. This is disheartening. It is our job as parents to question how we were raised and determine what we want to do different with our kids. Blindly following your parents' lead makes you an ignorant parent.Read Full Story
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