They're self-absorbed, spoiled and entitled " otherwise known as Generation Me. Learn why so many young people are pursuing fame and fortune, and are also miserable. And, find out if you're unknowingly raising a child to be like this.


Living above Their Means

MTV correspondent Kim Stolz recently hit the streets of New York to find out how the younger generation feels about the label, Generation Me. Plus, meet a 24-year-old who wants to be rich and drive a Lamborghini and an 18-year-old who wants to own an island!


"I'm still OK with being mediocre."


Spoiled and Entitled

Bradley and Courtney explain why they deserve such a lavish lifestyle. Could their mothers, Christine and Monica, be enabling them to not be able to stand on their own two feet, as they pursue their goals of being on TV or making a lot of money?  


Will Bradley and Courtney get a wake-up call?


The Audience Weighs In

Several Generation Me'ers in the audience tell Dr. Phil the biggest challenges young people face.


"Do I want to be broke and unknown? The answer is no."