Closed Captioning ON OFF apply | reset x Text Display Background Enhancements font Times New Roman Arial Comic Sans size T T T T color share link August 28th, 2013 Are we destined to turn into our parents? Women's Health editor Sascha de Gersdorff and Dr. Janet Taylor discuss whether we're pre-disposed to act like our nurturers and how we can break a negative trait. More video Sponsored Content Now Playing First father and daughter team to pilot commercial airplane Sponsored Content Now Playing New 'mommy friend' apps help lonely moms find friends Sponsored Content Now Playing Millennial dads want it all, but struggle to balance work and home Sponsored Content Now Playing Adorable tots prove there's 'nothing sweeter than a baby laugh' NBC News Drupal Now Playing Governor Shuts Down 'Disastrous' Detention Facility Now Playing July is Deadliest Month in 40 years for Baltimore Now Playing Father of Missing Teen Boater: 'I'm Not Going to Stop' Searching Now Playing Kim Jong Un Watches North Korean Air Force Aerial Competition TRENDING Now Playing Artist creates amazing balloon animals Now Playing How hot is this? Jimmy Fallon jokes about Donald Trump and Al Now Playing Jon Stewart announces his final 3 guests, including Louis C.K. Now Playing Watch: Couple stuns with gymnastics moves while tandem surfing Most Watched Now Playing Sponsored Content Dramatic video: Tots rescued, mothers arrested in 2 hot car cases Now Playing Sponsored Content Report: 1 in 5 American adults has a disability Now Playing Sponsored Content What happened to MH370? Plane debris, barnacles, may offer clues Now Playing Sponsored Content Report: Chinese have hacked the US nearly 700 times Now Playing Sponsored Content Beijing chosen to host 2022 Winter Olympics Now Playing Sponsored Content Walter Palmer, dentist who killed Cecil the lion, wanted in Zimbabwe Now Playing Sponsored Content Lisa Bloom: Walter Palmer could claim he's subject of 'witch hunt'