Kate Gosselin

Former reality TV star Kate Gosselin opened up about sending one of her sons away to a live-in program to help him "reach his full potential".

The former Jon & Kate Plus 8 star is a single mom to 15-year-old twin girls, Cara and Madelyn, and 12-year-old sextuplets, sons Aaden, Collin, and Joel, and daughters Leah, Alexis, and Hannah.

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gay celebrity children

The emergence of singer Sade Adu's daughter Ila Adu as a transsexual sparked an interesting conversation on Sandrarose.com about the prevalence of gay and transsexual celebrity offspring.

It's easy to pick out the narcissistic celebrity parents on Instagram.com. They are the ones who constantly put their children on public display for affirmation, compliments and 'Likes' on social media.

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Mariah Carey is being honored with a Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame - Hollywood, California

Pop icon Mariah Carey's Hollywood Walk of Fame ceremony on Wednesday should have been all about her. She earned the pomp and splendor surrounding such an ostentatious event. But instead, the headlines were all about her emotionally unstable 4-year-old son, Moroccan Cannon, who flipped out when mommy wouldn't give him the attention he craves.

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Jazz Jennings

It's been quite a week for 14-year-old transgender Jazz Jennings. The TLC Network announced a new reality show documenting Jazz's life as a gender stereotypical girl. Then he landed a deal as the face of Clean & Clear acne treatment products.

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Andrej Pejic

The world was introduced to androgynous model Andrej Pejic when he modeled both male and female clothes on the cover of ELLE magazine. But now, after supposedly undergoing a sex change, Andrej has officially come out as a transgender woman named Andreja, who will presumably stop modeling male clothing altogether.

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Why Psychopaths Are More Successful

When you hear the word "psychopath" you think of serial murderers. But a new book is debunking the myth that all psychopaths are bad.

In their book, The Good Psychopath’s Guide to Success, Andy McNab and Oxford psychology professor Kevin Dutton says possessing certain psychopathic traits can put you on the road to success.

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Don Ennis

This story is very confusing, so read slowly. An ABC News editor who claimed to be a female trapped in a male's body now says he was mistaken. Don Ennis lived his life as a female for three months. He split from his wife of 17 years and asked his ABC News colleagues to refer to him as Dawn.

But now, according to a report in the NY Post, Ennis suffered from a 2-day bout of amnesia that made him realize he wants to live life as a man again.

Ennis explained his decision in an email to his ABC colleagues. In the email, obtained by the website Newsblues.com, Ennis said “I am writing to let you know I’m changing my name . . . to Don Ennis. That will be my name again, now and forever. And it appears I’m not transgender after all.

Ennis denies that his mid-life gender switch was a joke or a cry for attention.

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Coy Mathis believes he is a girl

A 6-year-old boy who believes he is a girl won the right to use the girls room at his school after his parents threatened to sue the Colorado school system for requiring him to use a separate bathroom.

Coy, who has identified as a girl since age 4, was pulled from the Eagleside Elementary School in Fountain, CO, and home schooled while the lawsuit wound its way through the courts.

He has not undergone a sex-change operation. Therefore, he is still physically a boy.

Coy's parents, Kathryn and Jeremy Mathis, were shocked that the school prohibited their child, who has boy's genitals, from using the girls' restroom.

"This automatically singles her out and stigmatizes her," Kathryn Mathis said. "It sets her up for future harassing and bullying, and creates an unsafe environment. The school has a wonderful opportunity to teach students that differences are OK, and we should embrace their differences, instead of teaching them to discriminate against someone who is a little different."

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Raising Narcissistic children We have all done this: we are shown a photo of a friend's child, and our initial response is based on the child's looks ("She's so cute! I can see where she gets her beauty from!")

We tend to especially favor children who are light skinned with long hair. Any culture that is obsessed with beauty and image breeds narcissism. As a result, most narcissists tend to be very good looking.

Narcissism in adults is a personality disorder that stems from abnormal self-developmental in childhood.

Studies show that the sharp rise in narcissists in today's society is directly linked to the explosion in social media. Instagram is a narcissist's playground where the self-obsessed upload their photos to encourage 'likes'. And there are pages on Facebook devoted to ranking a girl's beauty from 1-10.

In a blog on Huffingtonpost.com, sports psychology consultant Nicole Forester referred to social media as an "Epidemic of narcissism".

"We are each hard-wired with the desire to feel relevant. Everyone wants to feel like they matter and are important. Social media provides this outlet, but also promotes being self-absorbed," she writes.

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