Julie Schenecker Case: Making Sense of Unthinkable Violence

It's normal for parents to feel angry at their children now and then, and experts say those emotions rarely reach a level or a frequency that leads to violence. But the case of Julie Schenecker, the Tampa, Fla., woman accused of fatally shooting her teenage son and daughter, reportedly because she was tired of them being "mouthy," put the spotlight on the dire results of losing emotional control. She's not the only parent who made the news recently after allegedly killing a child out of...Full Story
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