This ad will rip your heart out. It's causing controversy over whether or not this will help parents recognize obsesity when they see it. Or is it causing more stigma for overweight kids. If you have not seen it, watch below. Then tell us what you think Wolfpack.
I think America needs to see this more often. It's time to stop taking responsibility for our actions and trieing to blame everything on someone else. It's the parents fault that these kids are fat. I grew up a poor Midwestern kid where there was a time I had two pair of Walmart jeans and a five dollar pair of tennis shoes, but my parents always fed us as healthy as they could and encouraged us to go outside and play. Take the video games and potatoe chips away from the kid and take them to the park with some carrots or an apple!
I find it sad that kids and/or parents aren't recognizing the problem. Maybe exposing obese children to media like this will make them want to do something for themselves. Parents need to prioritize health and teach kids how to make a healthy life for themselves. Otherwise the average life span of Americans is going to decrease and health insurance definitely won't be cheaper! Get in shape people!!! It's not hard and you can make it fun!
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This cleaning lady (who is also a struggling mother of 3) showed up to clean this house.... and realized that someone had BOUGHT HER the house!! Truly an awesome story here! Watch below.
(photo-- Collin Anderson/flickr)
Citing Ty Herndon as inspiration yesterday... Billy Gillman filmed a video and uploaded it to YouTube. He is also gay.
Billy claims the fact that he is gay has kept him from signing a major record deal. If that's true, that is sad and...
Ty Herndon has come out of the closet! Read the entire story from People Magazine HERE.
Here's a couple of my favorite Ty Herndon songs from the 90's:
Good for you, Ty. I support your courage and hope you can be a role model...
Meghan Trainor (who sings "All About That Bass") steps up to the mic and belts out an AWESOME version of Taylor Swift's "Shake It Off"! This is addicting! Check it out.
(photo: carla da souza campos/Flickr)