I watched one earlier episode of this show and am watching the one where she calls the cops. I have this HUGE problem. Maybe I am strange, but I cannot STAND to hear this educated woman who has clearly dedicated her life to helping children tell them they are bad. I don't know if any of you say your kids are "bad kids". I am NOT saying that I have a problem with you. I just was parented differently. My mom was super clear growing up that we were GOOD no matter WHAT we did. We might be badly behaved, but we were still good. We were NOT allowed to hate each other but we were allowed to hate each other's BEHAVIOR. My childhood bff grew up hearing about how bad she was. She was bad for drawing in dirt with a fingertip, for disagreeing, for anything she did. She was praised for looking nice and good grades, but was not told she was a good girl. It took a HUGE toll on her self esteem and she has had life long problems of feeling that she is a bad person. She abides by all laws, has no sub abuse issues, works hard in a school, is raising two great kids, and is involved in her community and STILL she thinks she is "BAD". WHY can this educated woman not see that kids are very very very rarely 'bad' and telling them they are is just not okay. I feel differently about a parent saying it. Supernanny has had a LOT of education and training and experience working with kids and if she can't see how hurtful this is, what is she doing? Yes, the adhd kid on this episode is horrendously behaved. But he is STILL a good person. Personally those high kicks would have landed him smack down on the floor because I would have grabbed the leg and dropped him. It took Wiz exactly ONE time of me doing that to learn that it was NOT going to happen in my house. He still remembers it. But I am not those parents. I do think those parents need help and this woman may be able to really help them. I just wish she could SEE the pain that telling a child that HE is bad causes. BEHAVIOR is bad. People are very, very, very rarely so.