Joanna Jullien

Joanna Jullien I am a former technology implementation executive who became concerned and fascinated about the impact of Internet and the mobile phone at home. When my youngest hit 8th grade in 2004, I decided to pursue fieldwork, research and apply my own personal experience to provide parents the support as executives of their households.

Web Site: http://bananamoments.com


New app enables parents to guide a child’s use of a smartphone

Feb 23, 2015
New app enables parents to guide a child’s use of a smartphone

The new demand on parents today is to assume nothing. You must always “inspect what you expect”, which can feel like spying and a lack of trust if the mindset is that children need privacy from their parents. The truth is what children require is caring oversight that provides instructive guidance, protection and correction...

How to help your child accept social media age-restrictions

Feb 16, 2015
How to help your child accept social media age-restrictions

Your primary objective is to help your child understand certain limits are to protect them from things that are inappropriate, and prepare them to be responsible users of the technology in the future. So when your child expresses a desire to establish a social media account in order to join their peers, the answer...

Spiritual resilience in a hyper-connected world

Feb 16, 2015
Spiritual resilience in a hyper-connected world

A seminal U.S. history learning moment for me happened in the third grade and continues to echo in my mind. It is the battle cry for American liberty attributed to John Paul Jones: “Give me liberty or give me death!” And I can remember thinking “what kind of liberty would warrant dying for it?”...

The effects of electronics on a good night’s sleep

Feb 16, 2015
The effects of electronics on a good night’s sleep

According to my husband, a veteran Pediatrician, the strong light can reset a person’s internal sleep clock. Does this mean that we should refrain from using any of these electronics after 9 p.m. at night?

Response to trauma: Resilient parent, resilient child

Feb 16, 2015
Response to trauma: Resilient parent, resilient child

A near death episode in 1990 caused Dr. Joyce Mikal-Flynn, an instructor at the California State University, Sacramento, to confront the actual death of her previous life and then she chose to begin anew; something inside her changed. Her motivation and mission for life transformed as she focused more on family and less on...

The power of your mind to make resolutions work

Feb 16, 2015
The power of your mind to make resolutions work

Steven Campbell is an inspirational and motivational author, speaker and educator about the power of the mind and understanding how the brain works in conjunction  with your mind.

Steven Campbell is an inspirational and motivational author, speaker and educator about the power of the mind and understanding how the brain...

Facehooked parenting

Feb 16, 2015
Facehooked parenting

...We and our children can get educated about our own resilience at all ages to recognize evil for evil, and good for good; for it is through trial, error and our faith that we as individuals and families have the capacity to overcome undue influences and experiences in our own cyber and physical realms...

Three signs that your on-line life is impacting your child

Feb 9, 2015
Three signs that your on-line life is impacting your child

No doubt cyber connectivity is one of the most seductive and addictive forces in modern life and it can suck the life out of your family relationships if we allow it to have the lion’s share of personal attention at home. How much real face-to-face time do you and your spouse and children experience...

If you want to know what someone is doing, ask them in person

Feb 3, 2015
If you want to know what someone is doing, ask them in person

I can’t tell you how many times I have had a conversation with someone over text about what I’m doing. And I’ve gotten and seen many more texts saying “I’m so bored” and “I have no friends”. It baffles me.

Cyber-safe tips for choosing children’s apps

Feb 2, 2015
Cyber-safe tips for choosing children’s apps

The internet is an open environment and it is relatively easy to create and market apps globally, so parents must be vigilant about knowing that the apps that are downloaded for their children and family are coming from trusted resources. The FTC has recently issued a warning to a Chinese children’s app developer, BabyBus,...

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