Can you find the right person for you at such a young age?
Justin Bieber apparently made a pretty big statement to girlfriend Selena Gomez. Not only did the 17-year-old singer tell his girlfriend that he’s in love with her, but according to a recent report from OK! magazine, he confessed that she’s ‘the one.’ But does he really know that for sure at such a young age?
Super-skinny supermodels are under fire for inspiring preteens to have poor body images!
Health officials are becoming increasingly concerned as eating disorders are being treated for children as young as six-years-old!
The reality TV star backs a new, prepaid Mastercard for kids as young as 13. Do you let your teenagers pay with plastic?
Kim Kardashian will be at the launch party for a brand new credit card that’s specially made for kids. Later today (November 9) the 30-year-old plans to party at Manhattan hotspot Pacha, where she’s throwing her support (and name, natch!) behind the Kardashian Prepaid MasterCards. Sure, they’ll have a preset spending limit, so they’re more like debit card, but we can’t help but worry that giving credit cards to kids is just a really bad idea.
Kody Brown and his four wives have their hands full keeping up with their 18 kids — especially now that the teenagers are rebelling. We’re not shocked that the oldest girls in this polygamist family are being disobedient, are you?
Dealing with a teenage daughter isn’t exactly smooth sailing, but when you’ve got 18 kids? Forget about it! The stars of the TLC reality show Sister Wives — Kody Brown and his four wives (Meri, 39, Janelle, 40, Christine, 37, and Robyn, 31) — have got to be stretched to their limits keeping up with so many kids, but their problems with their rebellious teens have reportedly gotten a lot worse since the show’s premiere on TLC last month. “The daughters seem messed up from this situation,” a neighbor who lives near the Brown’s Lehi, Utah, home tells In Touch. “It is no wonder that the teenagers of the Sister Wives family are rebelling. They are living in a surreal world where they are being told that it’s natural and wonderful for a man to have several wives,” Beverly Hills celebrity psychiatrist Dr. Carole Lieberman tells HollyBaby.com.
New research reveals that more than half of all anorexia and bulimia sufferers developed the eating disorder by their 10th birthday. It’s no longer just an issue affecting teenagers — how horrifying is that, HollyMoms?
Listen up, parents of tweens. We have some news that you must read. As if raising a child, protecting them from bullies at school and keeping them away from dangerous influences wasn’t stressful enough, a new study has revealed that most eating disorders begin before the age of 10. Yes, you read that correctly. According to a story in The Sun newspaper in the UK, anorexia and bulimia are no longer just serious issues for high school students. Going for days without eating as well as binging and purging are now problems for the junior high crowd.
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