Banana Moments

Banana Moments Banana Moments newsletter and website offers information, insights and encouragement to strengthen the parent-child relationship a cyber-powered world. When kids believe they can Google everything they need to know, they are conditioned differently for authority. This service helps parents lead children with confidence in an environment where authority is more relational and less ascribed.

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Family-safe on-line photo sharing and posting tips

Mar 13, 2016
Family-safe on-line photo sharing and posting tips

A recent New York Times article featured a recent survey led by the University of Washington that indicated youth do not appreciate parents posting photos and sharing about their life events. According to the report, the children were more concerned about what the parents were posting about them than the parents. The survey results...

Family-safe on-line photo sharing and posting tips

Mar 13, 2016
Family-safe on-line photo sharing and posting tips

A recent New York Times article featured a recent survey led by the University of Washington that indicated youth do not appreciate parents posting photos and sharing about their life events. According to the report, the children were more concerned about what the parents were posting about them than the parents. The survey results...

Which is more important? Your child’s SAT scores or their social media profile?

Mar 7, 2016
Which is more important? Your child’s SAT scores or their social media profile?

While many parents are concerned for the personal security of their children using mobile devices and apps, one of the subtlest concerns that can impact a child’s future college and employment opportunities is their social media presence. Many college admissions departments are integrating the data gathered by the social media profiles of students.

Which is more important? Your child’s SAT scores or their social media profile?

Mar 7, 2016
Which is more important? Your child’s SAT scores or their social media profile?

While many parents are concerned for the personal security of their children using mobile devices and apps, one of the subtlest concerns that can impact a child’s future college and employment opportunities is their social media presence. Many college admissions departments are integrating the data gathered by the social media profiles of students.

Which is more important? Your child’s SAT scores or their social media profile?

Mar 7, 2016
Which is more important? Your child’s SAT scores or their social media profile?

While many parents are concerned for the personal security of their children using mobile devices and apps, one of the subtlest concerns that can impact a child’s future college and employment opportunities is their social media presence. Many college admissions departments are integrating the data gathered by the social media profiles of students.

When your child points out your faults, how do you respond?

Mar 3, 2016
When your child points out your faults, how do you respond?

When my youngest (who is 25 years old today) was 12 years old, he called me into the garage. He had been sorting the recycling. That was one of his incomes in addition to a paper route and walking dogs in the neighborhood. “Oh maaaa-ther!,” he called, in a very whimsical tone. He opened the garage...

When your child points out your faults, how do you respond?

Mar 3, 2016
When your child points out your faults, how do you respond?

When my youngest (who is 25 years old today) was 12 years old, he called me into the garage. He had been sorting the recycling. That was one of his incomes in addition to a paper route and walking dogs in the neighborhood. “Oh maaaa-ther!,” he called, in a very whimsical tone. He opened the garage...

When your child points out your faults, how do you respond?

Mar 3, 2016
When your child points out your faults, how do you respond?

When my youngest (who is 25 years old today) was 12 years old, he called me into the garage. He had been sorting the recycling. That was one of his incomes in addition to a paper route and walking dogs in the neighborhood. “Oh maaaa-ther!,” he called, in a very whimsical tone. He opened the garage...

Understanding and responding to the shame experiences of tech-savvy youth

Mar 1, 2016
Understanding and responding to the shame experiences of tech-savvy youth

What do tech-savvy teens need from parents? They need parents to provide a safe place where they can talk about the real pressures and insecurities they face.

Understanding and responding to the shame experiences of tech-savvy youth

Mar 1, 2016
Understanding and responding to the shame experiences of tech-savvy youth

What do tech-savvy teens need from parents? They need parents to provide a safe place where they can talk about the real pressures and insecurities they face.

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