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Winnipeg Free Press (Newspaper) - March 15, 2015, Winnipeg, Manitoba C M Y K PAGE A2 . THE WEATHER Today: Clearing in afternoon HIGH 15, LOW - 6 Monday: Sunny HIGH 0, LOW - 7 . INDEX Local News A3,4,5 Canada A4,5 World A6,7 This City A8- 9 Your Opinion A11 Entertainment A12,14 Movies A13 Life A15 Miss Lonelyhearts A15 Sports B1 Comics B13 Puzzles B14 Horoscope B15 Television B15 IN THE EVENT OF A DISCREPANCY BETWEEN THIS LIST AND THE OFFICIAL WINNING NUMBERS, THE LATTER SHALL PREVAIL. . Lotto 6/ 49 Winning numbers Saturday for an estimated jackpot of $ 10,000,000 were 9, 19, 38, 40, 45 and 47. The bonus number was 13. The guaranteed prizedraw number ( exact match only) was 62692808- 03. . Western 6/ 49 Winning numbers Saturday were 6, 9, 12, 26, 40 and 43. Bonus number was 2. . Pick 3 094. . Extra 3225557. The Extra winning number Friday was: 6173392. . Lotto Max Winning numbers Friday were: 2, 8, 10, 15, 17, 20 and 24. The bonus number was 14. The jackpot of $ 40,000,000 was carried over. This Friday’s jackpot is an estimated $ 50,000,000. . Western Max Winning numbers Friday were: 2, 12, 15, 23, 24, 26 and 43. The bonus number was 3. The men and women in these photos are of interest to police and may be able to provide investigators with information about the offences. These images are released for identification purposes only. The people pictured may or may not be responsible for the crimes indicated. If you are able to identify any of them, call Winnipeg Crime Stoppers at 204- 786- TIPS ( 204- 786- 8477), text TIP170 and your message to CRIMES ( 274637), or leave a secure tip online at winnipegcrimestoppers. com. CLICK . SCIENCE ONCE OVER Boy next Dore Offbeat and uncomfortable, weird- with- abeard and super- funny Canadian comedian Jon Dore is at Rumor’s Comedy Club from Thursday through Saturday. He’s the former host of HBO Canada’s Funny As Hell series and the creator and star of mockumentary A Dore to Winnipeg . Tickets for start at $ 20. Visit rumorscomedyclub. com for more info. 2 3 4 5 6 7 Time for a nature walk Get out and enjoy some fresh, warm air at FortWhyte Alive. This afternoon, take the 2 O’Clock Walk — a guided, interpretative one- hour hike. Once you’ve completed the hike, hit up the Buffalo Stone Café, which is open until 4: 30 p. m. Visit fortwhyte. org for more information. Swap, and maybe sing Clear out your closets and crawl space and bring the furniture, clothes, books and knickknacks you are so done with to the Handsome Daughter and swap it. Today from noon to 4 p. m., Waste Not Winnipeg presents the Stuff Swap & Mic Swap, a one- day event featuring an acoustic open- mike for entertainment. Any items remaining at the end of the day will be donated to local non- profit organizations. Visit http:// wfp. to/ MuO for details. Open mike at Maw’s Local artists get their feet wet at the open- mike at Maw’s Eatery. Hosted by singer/ songwriter Raine Hamilton and presented by Manitoba Music and the Winnipeg Folk Festival, Winnipeg’s talented musicians try out their new material while you sit back in the relaxed atmosphere and try out the food and drinks. The show starts at 6: 30 p. m. Filthy and funny The Book of Mormon , from South Park creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone, is at the Centennial Concert Hall from Tuesday through Sunday. Winner of nine Tony Awards, the play is a funny balance of obscenity and morality, and Jon Stewart of The Daily Show say it’s “ so good it makes me angry.” Go to centennialconcerthall. com for tickets. One nasty nightcap The Black Hole Theatre presents the story of the most uncomfortable nightcap ever, Who’s Afraid of Virginia Wolf? The play was made famous by the film version starring Elizabeth Taylor and her husband, Richard Burton, about two couples battling out a booze- fuelled night of emotional games. On from Tuesday through March 28 at the University of Manitoba. Tickets are $ 15 ($ 12 for students). Go to bhtc. ca for info. Wanna dance with somebody? Get yourself to the Union Dance Hall on Saturday night for the Whitney Houston tribute party. Mama Cutsworth and DJ J. Jackson spin Whitney songs and tunes from other danceable divas all night. Tickets are $ 10 at the door. A2 SUNDAY, MARCH 15, 2015 winnipegfreepress. com BY TAMMY SCHUSTER WINNIPEG FREE PRESS SUNDAY 1355 Mountain Avenue Winnipeg, Manitoba, R2X 3B6 PHOTO REPRINTS SWITCHBOARD ADVERTISING FP. Advertising@ freepress. mb. ca EDITORIAL NEWSROOM 204- 697- 7301 HOW TO REACH US Winnipeg Free Press est 1872 / Winnipeg Tribune est 1890 VOL. 143 NO. 123 2015 Winnipeg Free Press, a division of FP Canadian Newspapers Limited Partnership. Published seven days a week at 1355 Mountain Avenue, Winnipeg, Manitoba R2X 3B6, PH: 204- 697- 7000 A member of the Manitoba Press Council 204- 697- 7063 204- 697- 7000 204- 697- 7122 INCIDENT 480 When: Jan. 9, 2015 Where: 1650 Kenaston Blvd. A woman carrying empty shopping bags at a Liquor Mart allegedly stuffed three bottles in one of the bags and walked out without paying. Police suspect she’s responsible for two previous thefts. INCIDENT 479 When: Dec. 30, 2014 Where: 400 block of Cumberland Ave. Two males walked up to the counter of a convenience store. Police say one told the clerk he had a gun. A third male, who had been acting as a lookout, went behind the counter and allegedly stole a large quantity of cigarettes. I F you don’t want to raise a narcissistic brat, consider taking a hard look at your parenting style. A new study found parents who believe their kids are better, more special and deserve more than other kids can pass that point of view on to their children, creating young narcissists who feel superior to others and entitled to privileges. “ Loving your child is healthy and good, but thinking your child is better than other children can lead to narcissism, and there is nothing healthy about narcissism,” said Brad Bushman, a professor of communication and psychology at Ohio State University. Bushman is the co- author of a new paper that found a direct correlation between parents who overvalue their children and children who are narcissistic. The study, published last week in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America , is the first to look at the origins of narcissism. “ People are not just born narcissists and there is nothing you can do about it,” Bushman said. “ Our research shows that the way parents treat their children can predict how narcissistic their kids are.” Narcissism is not a disorder people do or do not have. It is a spectrum on which adults and kids from the general population gradually differ from one another, said Eddie Brummelman, a postdoctoral researcher at the University of Amsterdam in the Netherlands and the first author of the study. “ Most children score around the midpoint of the narcissism continuum, with some scoring very low and some children scoring very high,” he said. “ In its extreme form, narcissism can sometimes develop into narcissistic personality disorder in adulthood.” For the study, the researchers conducted interviews with 565 children between the ages of seven and 12, and their parents, every six months over an 18- month period. Bushman said they chose that age range because the first signs of narcissistic tendencies begin to emerge around age eight. “ Before that, every kid is a narcissist,” he said. “ If you go into a classroom of five- year- olds and ask who here is good at math, they will all raise their hand. It isn’t until about age eight that they start to compare themselves with others.” Every six months of the 18- month study period, the children were asked to rate their response to 10 items on the Childhood Narcissism Scale from zero to three, with zero being “ not at all true” and three being “ completely true.” The statements included, “ Kids like me deserve something extra,” and, “ I am a great example for other kids to follow.” It also included the sinister statement, “ I am very good at making other people believe what I want them to believe.” For the parents, the researchers used the parental over- valuation scale, which includes statements such as, “ My child deserves special treatment,” and, “ I would find it disappointing if my child was just a ‘ regular’ child.” The researchers also had the kids take a selfesteem test, and the parents were asked to take a parental warmth test. The researchers found the more parents overvalued their kids, the more narcissistic the kids’ responses became six months later. They also found parental warmth was associated with high selfesteem in kids, but parental over- valuation was not associated with high self- esteem. “ When children are seen by their parents as being more special and more entitled than other children, they may internalize the view that they are superior individuals, a view that is at the core of narcissism,” the researchers conclude in the paper. They add: “ When children are treated by their parents with affection and appreciation, they may internalize the view that they are valuable individuals, a view that is at the core of self- esteem.” So, according to the research, loving your kid and thinking he or she is awesome is a good thing, but thinking your kid is more awesome than other kids can lead to trouble down the road, Brummelman said. — Los Angeles Times By Deborah Netburn Parents to blame for narcissistic kids: study 1 THINGS TO DO GREGORY BULL / THE ASSOCIATED PRESS FILES A_ 02_ Mar- 15- 15_ FP_ 01. indd A2 3/ 14/ 15 10: 59: 17 PM

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