A mother refusing to let her daughter's friend come over for a sleepover unless she apologizes has been criticized online.
The video, seen almost 15 million times, has drawn criticism from some TikTokers, with one lamenting: "Christmas just doesn't feel like Christmas anymore."
"Buddy, every alarm in your head should go on," one user commented. "You need to talk to her, if something is wrong at her mom's place."
"As much as she wants to see her father, you are well within your rights to not want to see him," one user commented.
The mom-of-three said she would "never" trust her teenage daughter again after the incident.
"I've been calling my bank to get this all sorted out but I feel like I've just been stabbed in the heart," the Reddit poster wrote.
A husband has asked Reddit if he is an a****** for being harsh with his teenage sister-in-law, who hit on him.
The 19-year-old told Reddit that he would rather keep the money for if his cat gets sick, rather than help his "bully" older brother.
The woman originally wanted to abort the pregnancy but agreed to have the child and sign over her parental rights to the father.
Loneliness among teens has reached crisis levels, experts say, but overly rigid schools and the culture wars aren't helping.
According to the post, the man told his girlfriend's sister he loved her "more" than her sibling but, when confronted, changed his story entirely.
Dolphins have been previously seen seemingly attempting to save humans and other animals from predators like sharks.
Newsweek spoke to a family therapist who said: "Sadly there is a chance that someone will end up not very happy here."
"We did not charge her for staying with us and she made no contribution whilst here," the parent fumed.
Footage showed the teens lining up for a ride, their faces smeared all over with black paint. One of them asked a Black rider, "You like it?"
"I wouldn't engage with a 13-year-old on parenting," said one reply on the viral Mumsnet post.
The boyfriend was initially banned from staying over after he snuck into the teen girl's bed in the middle of the night.
"People need to learn what no means," one user commented. "The fact they tried to get another judge to ignore your wishes is the biggest one for me."
The woman opted to return the iPhone gifted to the teen after the teen deliberately excluded the woman's 4-year-old daughter from the birthday celebrations.
Police said the teenager was shot after he refused to comply with an order to drop his weapon.
"...I really think you should have told her this when she was 14..." one user commented.
Candice Meier told Newsweek: "I honestly was shocked but laughed because my son is very social so I wouldn't have put it past him."
"There's a reason those conversations are private," said one comment on the viral Reddit post.
The two teenagers fell from the school's third-story window after a physical altercation erupted in a classroom.
"My partner, who isn't his dad, has said I'm being unreasonable as my son is upset and he has ADHD," said the poster.
A mother has been criticized for wanting to call her daughter's place of work to stop her from being exploited.
"I won't be going back to my parents and never plan to go back," the Redditor told Newsweek.
A woman has expressed her concerns over blending her family of two children with her partner's three teenagers.
Devin Clark, 18, and Lyric Woods, 14, were discovered with apparent gunshot wounds off a wooded trail in Mebane, North Carolina, over the weekend.
"I'm not proud but I told him that he has 20 minutes to get home or I call the police and report it stolen," the stepmom said.