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    “Am I doing a good job?” is a question we parents constantly ask ourselves. As Mother’s Day approaches it is worth asking a different (and better) question- “Am I doing too much for my kids?” Now that may sound a little unfair but it seems many wonderful, concerned, worried, anxious mums I have been talking with and working with lately are trying to do too much for their children. There is plenty of information in the media these days to ...

  • Madonna and Angelina in the mother of all catfights

    Adopting a Cambodian boy just several years ago, Angelina Jolie has started a new trend in Hollywood. As a eager to help Madonna, traveled to Malawi in Africa, in attempts to adopt a child, she went against Malawi legality, and left father Yohane Banda without way to contact his son. After being interviewed about the adoption, Jolie has sparked a feud between the two, arguing that she would never adopt against a countries law. “For Hollywood’s right-on set, the ...

  • Emma Thompson tearfully tells of her delight at her orphan from Rwanda

    Ambition has never really fueled Emma Thompson's illustrious career. Two Oscars, and countless Golden Globes and BAFTAs later, the actress insists she is still happiest at home making jam. She reserves her highest ambitions, however, for Tindyebwa Agaba, the Rwandan orphan she and husband Greg Wise welcomed into their family four years ago. Her eyes fill with tears of pride when she speaks of the boy they unofficially adopted at 16, now a politics student at Exeter University. ‘Am I ...

  • Celebrities Provide The Third Answer: Fame With Power

    The usual cynic’s choice is to ask, what would you rather have, fame without power or power without fame? Yet even a cursory look at contemporary society reveals that celebrities have managed to devise a third choice: fame with power. There is no shortage of for instances. Take Ronald Regan, who went from fame in Hollywood to power in Washington. Or Arnold Schwarzenegger, who has so far gone from fame in Hollywood to power in Sacramento, with his eyes on ...