I'll be honest, I always appreciate the fools who choose to film their child's temper tantrum instead of talk them through it, but it looks like a new study is saying otherwise.
Two psychologists argue that you shouldn't be filming and posting videos of your toddler's meltdown because, "There's a whiff of meanness in the tantrum-posting crazy" they say.
They add, "That's bad enough when it's a stranger on a plane filming your kid, but how much more so when it's your own child?
So apparently it all comes down to the popular phrase, "don't do onto other's that you wouldn't want done to you" type of thing.
"You should always laugh with your children, never at them", the psychologists in this study say.