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A poll conducted of more than 2,000 people found that almost half believe youngsters are becoming uncivilized and behaving like animals, while a worrying ten per cent believe that badly behaved children over the age of 10 are beyond help.
I'd like to see a little Taming Of The Shrew in there too, but I fear Jessie J is way beyond help at this stage.
But, while we should mourn her passing, Whitney is now beyond help.
Because from the evidence of what we are seeing, teenagers and young adults already appear to be beyond help.
I'm on a one-woman mission to inspire people to dig deep and stop as many lives as possible from sinking to a place where they are beyond help.
Kind-hearted judge Kay Woodbury (Jaclyn Smith) is faced with the case of a surly juvenile delinquent, but refuses to believe she is beyond help, so takes the teenager in.
That might be because they're beyond help or too rich to care, but their raddled appearance only takes them closer to their fans.
His panicking mum, Cheryl, took him back to the ward later that day but he was beyond help and suffered a fatal fit.
In other words, only extremely excitable - as opposed to beyond delirious, beyond help and beyond parody?
A QUARTER of adults think that disruptive or anti-social children are beyond help by the time they are 13.
We need to protect children before they are damaged beyond help.
I work with one or two self-confessed stat-a-holics - our chief sports writer David Prentice is beyond help.