The question of the day: Are parents trying too hard to make their kids happy? Today, it seems that parenting is creating more stress than happiness. Our kids’ lives are over-scheduled, more complicated and more scripted than ever before. “Parents need to be able to slow down and to stop worrying about every single thing,” says Katie Hurley, a licensed clinical social worker and author of The Happy Kid Handbook. In this special edition of PJTV, Hurley tells host Stephen Kruiser how to focus on your child’s individual happiness, instead of what everyone else is doing.