As an only child born in the 1990s, I'm well aware of so-called “helicopter parents,” or parents who become overly involved in the lives of their children. This parenting style has gotten even more out of control with recent advancements in technology. A recent New York Times article describes several parents who are overstepping boundaries and completely invading their children’s privacy, in the form of new websites and smartphone apps.
Mormon. The word conjures up images of child brides, BYU and, well, Mitt Romney. Most of what we know comes from pop culture—HBO's Big Love, TLC's Sister Wives, and Tony Award-winning Broadway musical The Book of Mormon, to name a few examples. But pop culture isn't always accurate.