Netflix’s “The Watcher” proves that true stories don’t equal happy endings
“The Watcher” hit the streaming platform on Oct. 13 and immediately gained a lot of popularity. Based on a true story, “The Watcher” follows the Brannock family who purchase a gorgeous mansion in the New Jersey suburbs to escape their busy city life. However, their initial bliss doesn’t last long when the family starts to receive threatening letters from someone named The Watcher. And who’s to say someone within the Brannock family isn’t guilty themselves? Embed from Getty ImagesThe show had a lot of suspects, which I appreciated as I was unable to pin down the true culprit.themiamihurricane.com
15 simple ways new dads can help new moms
Whether your family just welcomed a baby, or your partner is about to give birth, it's safe to say that it's a really exciting time for everyone involved. Infants are snuggly and sweet, they have that classic new-baby scent and bringing home your first child is definitely a little surreal, in a good way!
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5 fun, tried-and-true things you should absolutely do with your kids this holiday season
As an adult, by my late 20s, I started to feel a little bit “meh” about Christmas. Sure, it was a nice time of year, and I enjoyed seeing my family when I could, but I didn’t really understand the appeal of decorating, baking or most holiday-themed events. All of that changed, however, once I got into my 30s and had kids.
Live like Darian: What if teen’s simple acts of kindness could change the world?
Darian Locklear will be remembered as many things: bright, warm, kind, athletic and beautiful. But she was shy, too. Or as her mother phrased it with a laugh, “just a little socially awkward.” Even as a teenager, Darian was uncomfortable doing things like ordering at a restaurant.