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Madonna has said giving phones to her two eldest children had a hugely negative impact on her relationship with them.Despite having given 22-year-old Lourdes and 18-year-old Rocco phones when they were in their early teens, Madonna does not plan on doing the same for her 13-year-old son David."I'm going to stick that one out for as long as possible, because I made a mistake when I gave my older children phones when they were 13," the Madame X star told Vogue."It ended my relationship with them, really."The singer has five children, ranging in age from six to 22 years old.> View this post on Instagram> > A post shared by Madonna (@madonna) on Oct 14, 2018 at 10:46am PDTMadonna explained that Lourdes and Rocco's phones became a "very, very big part of their lives", largely due to the growth of social media."They became too inundated with imagery and started to compare themselves to other people, and that's really bad for self-growth," the multi Grammy Award-winner said.Of all her children, Madonna believes David is the most similar to her in terms of his "focus and determination"."I'm pretty sure he got it from me. He's the one I have the most in common with," she stated.As for her eldest child Lourdes, whose father is actor Carlos Leon, Madonna is jealous of her "insane" talent."I'm green with envy because she's incredible at everything she does – she's an incredible dancer, she's a great actress, she plays the piano beautifully, she's way better than me in the talent department."During a recent interview with MTV, Madonna revealed becoming a "soccer mum" while living in Portugal made her feel "depressed".The musician explained that she wasn't suited to the lifestyle change, saying she found herself with "no mates".According to a report published by Ofcom in January, a growing number of children under the age of 11 are using social media.Despite the fact that most social networks do not allow children under the age of 13 to register, 18 per cent of eight to 11 year olds were found to have created online profiles.The Royal College of Psychiatrists (RCP) recently called for clinicians to consider the impact social media can have on the mental health of children.“Although we recognise that social media and technology are not primary drivers of mental illness in young people, we know that they are an important part of their lives and can be harmful in some situations," said Dr Bernadka Dubicka, chair of the child and adolescent faculty at RCP.
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A student tweeted that his professor was charging to write letters of recommendation, and hundreds reply in outrage.
While some may feel perturbed by the frequent derision she's faced as a high-profile politician, Ocasio-Cortez doesn't let the derogatory comments bother her. "When you bust out that door and you're like, 'No, I'm not going to let you make me feel that way' - it's kind of jarring," the 29-year-old tells Vanity Fair. Ocasio-Cortez continues, explaining that she feels power in encouraging commentators to criticise her.
Corey Feldman wants to change the world. It's a lofty goal for someone known best as the star of classic 1980s movies like "The Goonies," "Stand by Me" and "The Lost Boys." After years of suffering in silence, the actor came forward as a survivor of childhood sexual abuse, perpetrated, he says, by a powerful person in Hollywood.
Described as the “pathological obsession for biologically pure food”, those who suffer from orthorexia often restrict the food that they consume in a very obsessive way. “When someone is suffering from orthorexia, they are usually fixated on achieving and maintaining a perceived ‘healthy’ diet, which can be overlooked as harmful due to the ethical concerns associated with the clean eating trend,” Emmy Brunner, chief executive and founder of The Recover Clinic explained to The Independent.
As is tradition, the actor, who won the Best Actor Oscar for his role in ‘Manchester By the Sea’, was due to present the award but is swerving this year’s bash after claims of sexual harassment were levelled against him. According to Variety, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has made a stand in the ‘year of the woman’ and asked four actresses to present this year’s lead acting awards. Jane Fonda and Helen Mirren will present the Lead Actor award.