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Overcome by grief over the loss of her three young daughters in a tragic fire, Madonna attempted suicide — and experts tell HollyBaby.com exclusively how she can get the help and strength she needs to heal.
A heartbroken Madonna Badger, 47, bravely made it through the funeral of her three young daughters and parents, who she lost in a Christmas Day fire, but in the weeks following she tried to take her life after clearly not being able to handle the extreme emotional pain. She’s now been released from the hospital, and experts that HollywoodLife.com consulted suggest how she can begin to cope with such a devastating loss.
Will Smith and Jada Pinkett-Smith’s seemingly wonderful and strong marriage is reportedly on the rocks, but experts say they won’t be the ones who will suffer the heartache — their kids will.
The news broke today (August 23) that Will Smith and Jada Pinkett Smith are possibly calling it quits after 13 years of marriage, and we’re shocked! But we’re sure no one else is more surprised than their kids, Jaden, 13, and Willow, 10, who have worked hard to create a strong family foundation that has now fallen out from under them.
The news of Russell Armstrong’s suicide has shocked us all, but no one will be more affected than his estranged wife Taylor and her young daughter.
It’s hard enough to help a child deal with a parent’s death, but when suicide is involved, it’s that much worse. Experts say Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Taylor Armstrong should let her 5-year-old Kennedy know that her daddy, Russell Armstrong, has passed on and is no longer with her, even though Taylor’s initial reaction might be to hide the news from her for a while. Experts say therapy is the key to Kennedy’s recovery, especially due to the circumstances of abuse, divorce and suicide. Do you agree?
The supermodel is known to fight with husband Peter Brant, but this time she called the cops on a different Peter — her 18-year-old son! Experts weigh in on whether involving authorities in issues concerning your kids is OK.
Page Six reported yesterday, July 18, that Stephanie Seymour, 42, called the cops on July 4 in Greenwich, Conn. after having a dispute with her 18-year-old son Peter Brant II, the same son she was pictured smooching on the beach in St. Barth’s in January. But is this completely unnecessary? Experts share their thoughts on mixing cops and kids!
Both women are attempting to make themselves look good by slamming the men they once loved. So, what effect will it have on their kids? Experts weigh in!
This all comes down to one simple question: Should Bristol Palin and Kate Gosselin be bashing their former men in the media and on national TV or should they keep their mouths shut? They are the fathers of their children after all!
Experts tell us that Charlie is putting his twin boys at risk by allowing his young “goddesses” to babysit. Should Child Services step in? Can you imagine what’s going on in that house?
Just when we thought Charlie Sheen‘s situation couldn’t get any worse, it does. It seems like all he has time to do these days is appear on television and talk about his “war” with CBS and his “Adonis DNA.” But, who is watching his 1½-year-old twins Max and Bob, while Charlie is off shooting interviews and mommy Brooke Mueller, who lives in the house, is MIA? His two girlfriends and the “goddesses” of “Sober Valley Lodge,” porn star Bree Olson and “nanny” Natalie Kenley. Charlie says the two have “completed the three parts” of his heart. Wow.
Lately, more and more kids are cozying up to their parents in bed and staying that way, night after night. Do you think that the co-sleeping trend is a good thing? Experts say it’s time for these children to move out of the king-size and into their own beds!
It seems that the latest parenting trend among mommies is a little thing called co-sleeping, when family members — that’s including you, Dad! — share the same bed. Many argue that this method, also referred to as the “family bed,” is a great bonding experience and wonderful for women who are nursing. But experts say kids should sleep in their own bed. Some parents disagree. Are you one of them?
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.
Listen up mama and papa Cyrus — your daughter Miley may be a big star but she’s still YOUR little girl and that means you need to be her parents.
And being her parents means you need to give her a curfew and stop her going to bars and partying till all hours of the morning. Do the words — Lindsay Lohan — mean anything to you? Read more, see pics and VOTE!
Reports suggest that Brooke was jealous of Charlie’s relationship with his daughters Lola & Sam from his previous marriage to Denise Richards, but experts say that she was actually green-eyed over his ex-wife!
The release of the police report detailing Charlie Sheen and Brooke Mueller‘s domestic dispute on Christmas Day last year revealed that couple’s argument began when they fought over Charlie’s close bond with one of his daughters from his previous marriage to Denise Richards. “Mueller was jealous of this relationship with his daughter,” the report reads. “The catalyst for this argument began when he shared a song for his daughter, whom he fathered by another woman!” But experts tell HollywoodLife.com that there is a deeper issue that caused the battle — Brooke’s fear that Charlie still had feelings for his ex-wife Denise!
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A number of factors contribute to today’s problems faced by suicidal children of celebrities.
The recent and tragic suicides of Marie Osmond‘s son Michael Blosil and former Growing Pains actor Andrew Koenig have us here at HollywoodLife.com wondering why children of celebrities appear to be especially prone to depression, and eventual suicide. We reached out to LA psychiatrist Dr. Carole Lieberman, who confirms celebrity children are more likely to endure these experiences for several reasons. “Celebrity parents are usually self-absorbed, focusing more on themselves and their career than their children,” Dr. Lieberman tells us. “This lack of attention and nurturance can cause depression.” Read more
After 54 days Tiger Woods has been found! He’s at Pine Grove Behavioral Health & Addiction Services Center in Hattiesburg, Mississippi! We spoke to sources inside who have exclusive information!
Tiger Woods has been found after 54 days! He has just been spotted at the Gentle Path sex addiction treatment program at Pine Grove Behavioral Health & Addiction Services Center in Hattiesburg, Miss., according to the National Enquirer!Read more
Experts tell us there’s still hope for Tiger if he’s truly willing to make a change.
We’re relieved to hear that Tiger Woods has reportedly checked into rehab center The Meadows to treat his sex addiction, but now we’re wondering: Can he be cured? Several experts tell HollywoodLife.com that Tiger can pull through and overcome his addiction, but it will be a long, difficult process. Read more & vote!
If you think your pal is getting too wrapped up in her relationship, like Brittany Murphy did with Simon Monjack, here’s how to set her free!
If you’ve ever noticed a good girl friend going down a bad path by alienating everyone around her, like Brittany Murphy may have done, then please, act now! Nip it in the bud! Our expert, psychiatrist Dr. Carole Lieberman, M.D., fills us in on how to help your bestie break free.
“Brittany Murphy’s tragic death is a reminder of what can happen, and too often does, when a bad boy ostracizes a woman from her friends,” says Dr. Lieberman, who notes, “All one has to do is trace photos and interviews of Brittany throughout the past years to see how she became a shadow of her former vivacious, adorable self and changed into an emaciated, depressed, broken woman. She reportedly even had a ‘pharmacy’ of prescription medications and had complained of physical symptoms for over a week, yet her husband seemingly did nothing to get her medical attention that could have saved her life.”
Bottom line, ladies: don’t let your friend alienate you. She may not know it, but she needs you more than she can say.
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