In the wake of any tragic event, it seems pretty instinctive for people to say they're sending "thoughts and prayers" to victims. But as some of the survivors of the recent Florida school shooting eluded to, that's not cuttin' it anymore. It's time to do more.
The Internet is a weird place where weird people do weird things. I get it and I accept it. But when kids follow trends that are harmful or potentially fatal, that's where we need to draw the line.
A 15-year-old San Antonio boy was found dead after his parents discovered he was most likely participating in an Internet fad called "The Blue Whale Challenge"...
How do you explain the unexplainable to children? Today, parents across the country, including myself, were faced with this -- fumbling over words while explaining the shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown - located only 20 miles away from my own daughter's elementary school.