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


How to explain monitoring your child’s texting and social media as love language

Jul 28, 2014
How to explain monitoring your child’s texting and social media as love language

When parents accept that they have legitimate authority for providing protective cover for their children, which is not the same thing as controlling them, then it is possible to express your passion for the child’s God-given liberty to think for himself. And because we are not in control of our child, rather the child...

Clarifying key concepts for cyber security: Explaining brave and risky

Jul 21, 2014
Clarifying key concepts for cyber security: Explaining brave and risky

Now more than ever, children need to be encouraged, instructed and inspired to think for themselves especially when they are feeling pressure to go along with the group dynamic that is unkind or dangerous. And parents as the primary teachers about life are uniquely positioned to encourage kids to seek wisdom from their own...

Two mental traps that make cyber connectivity more dangerous

Jul 14, 2014
Two mental traps that make cyber connectivity more dangerous

The children are gravitating to photo-centric apps that they consider to be private; there is less emphasis on “going public” and more emphasis on sharing in small networks. And they are using multiple apps for different purposes. Many tweens and teens may use Facebook and Instagram to stay connected to parents, and adopt SnapChat...

Help your child learn how to trust and be trusted in the social network

Jul 10, 2014
Help your child learn how to trust and be trusted in the social network

The most important thing a parent can do is become the “trusted advisor” so that your child’s cyber-powered communities do not become a single point of reference for life. Here are some tips.

How to monitor the “friend connections’ in your child’s social network

Jun 23, 2014
How to monitor the “friend connections’ in your child’s social network

Keep in mind most of the social media realm is truly adult swim, the minimum age to engage in social networks for this industry is 13, and many parents are allowing children to access networks at much younger ages. And there is no doubt that monitoring your child’s friend network is challenging in a...

Preparing your child for social media in middle school

Jun 16, 2014
Preparing your child for social media in middle school

Middle school is a very important and challenging time where kids can feel enormous pressure to be validated by their peer community and then experience extreme insecurity as they begin leading digital lives which amplifies the emotion of adolescence. Parents can help their middle school student develop their own digital “playbook” wherein they have declared...

Balancing emotion and reason: Taming the mama and papa bear

Jun 12, 2014
Balancing emotion and reason: Taming the mama and papa bear

In an article via Mamapedia, a blogger mom, Jenny Ball, expresses her simmering rage in an open letter to an Amway lady who deeply offended her teenage son while he concluded a shift at his supermarket job. The lady was a customer and as he finished bagging her groceries, she made a comment about...

Twelve steps for the cyber-powered family: Reclaiming peace

Jun 12, 2014
Twelve steps for the cyber-powered family: Reclaiming peace

Experiences like the trauma of being physically assaulted, abandoned and betrayed, as well as stimulants like drugs, alcohol, cyber technology, sex and graphic sexual images, and gambling can literally re-wire the brain to become dependent upon external sources to “feel good” or seek a sense of normal in response to painful emotion aroused in...

How to disable the undue influence of drugs and alcohol

Jun 12, 2014
How to disable the undue influence of drugs and alcohol

Placer County Sheriff Ed Bonner joins Joanna and Jodie for CyberParenting talk on TheFish Tuesday July 17 Placer County Sheriff Ed Bonner Recently I sat down with Placer County Sheriff, Ed Bonner, to discuss youth trends from a law enforcement perspective. And the top of his mind is that heroin has returned...

Preparing for internet porn and sex in the social network

Jun 12, 2014
Preparing for internet porn and sex in the social network

Internet porn and sexting is about power and control in the realm of hearts and minds; it is about human exploitation which is glorified on and off line in popular culture and in cyber-powered peer communities. These are adult issues because they evoke primal emotion that can be challenging to tame at any age,...

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