A debate in the Newsround office right now is whether to cover the story of David Hasselhoff being filmed drunk by his daughters.
The fact that David Hasselhoff has released a statement saying that his daughters were "concerned for my well-being" and that he has seen the tape and "learned from it" means that he has accepted the problem and is on-side with the tape being shown.
And it's a powerful example of how concerned children can help their parents get through their troubles.
But the video is undeniably strong. One clip shows him struggling to eat a hamburger; in another he says he is "lonely" because he has "trouble in our life".
It should go without saying that we would do this as a story about children raising concerns about their parents' behaviour -- not in any way making light of what's happened.
Since I started writing this entry, one of our reporters has been talking to Alcohol Concern, who've told us that "as long as we do it responsibly, it could be beneficial".
We are erring on the side of doing it - and on the side of showing some but not all of the video. (Another discussion is whether we show the video full-screen or somehow shrink it or have it in the background.) Bearing in mind that we aim at six- to 12-year-old children, what do you think?