“Cute picture,” the since-deleted Facebook comment read, “should be on the cover of Camels are us.
More than half of men and women admitted they couldn’t care less about seeing other people's baby pictures.
"That’s the thing about life; It is fragile, precious and unpredictable and each day is a gift, not a given right."
Zowiie Williams, mother of six-year-old school boy Callum, wasn’t happy when she learned her son has been disrespectful to a girl in his class. When he did, he used inappropriate language towards the little girl, Williams told Metro. “When your son hurts a girl’s feelings, it’s our job as parents to make him understand how saying things out of anger [and] upset can make other feel,” Williams wrote on Facebook.
A teacher who was suspended for posting sexy selfies on Facebook has quit her job, revealing she “couldn’t go back” after the news went viral.
New mums seeking to validate their parenting skills on social media could experience higher levels of depressive symptoms.