13-year-old Adam Hansen (Matt O'Leary) and his best friend Duffy (Jake Epstein) have some tickets for the Headless Horseman concert, and his sister 16-year-old Chelsea (Laura Vandervoort) has a date with her dreamy boyfriend Peter.The only problem is, they are both grounded: Adam is punished because he did not do his homework, instead making up a story using an article from the magazine The Weekly Secret, and Chelsea because she called Adam a dweeb, which their mother, Lynette (Caroline Rhea), happened to hear.
Soon another beauty pageant was on her radar: the prestigious Miss India."I was studying for my 12th boards, when my mother sent my pictures for the Miss India contest,” Chopra recounted. She soon took her Miss India crown to the 2000 Miss World pageant and won that as well, becoming one of five Indian women to take the title. In 2007, Chopra found little success at the box office, and in 2008 she returned with another six more.
Having positive male role models in their lives is definitely good for the kids, but having various men passing through the family as your friend searches for her next partner is confusing and doesn't help the young siblings to grasp positive relationship values.
The optimal thing for families stumbling through transitions is for the kids to have a loving relationship with both of their parents — even if the parents have split — and for all parties to settle down into a daily reality that is stable and balanced.
I believe that a lot of aimless dating isn't really doing much good for her or her children.
Dear Worried: You're right — aimless dating because of loneliness, guilt or desperation is not good for your friend or her children.