bullying

Banana Moments
Top three reasons why parents do not prepare children for internet threats

Jan 25, 2016
Top three reasons why parents do not prepare children for internet threats

Growing up and parenting are deeply affected by cyber connectivity, as children are natural born users of technology which is constantly changing and requiring well-informed adaptation. And so there is much education required on the part of parents in order to provide the guidance kids need in their cyber social realms.

Banana Moments
Top three reasons why parents do not prepare children for internet threats

Jan 25, 2016
Top three reasons why parents do not prepare children for internet threats

Growing up and parenting are deeply affected by cyber connectivity, as children are natural born users of technology which is constantly changing and requiring well-informed adaptation. And so there is much education required on the part of parents in order to provide the guidance kids need in their cyber social realms.

Banana Moments
The number one cyber concern for parents and what to do about it

Jan 18, 2016
The number one cyber concern for parents and what to do about it

At the beginning of the year, United Health Care issued a feature about a Pew report survey finding that parents across socio-economic boundaries rank bullying as the number one concern for their children.

Banana Moments
The number one cyber concern for parents and what to do about it

Jan 18, 2016
The number one cyber concern for parents and what to do about it

At the beginning of the year, United Health Care issued a feature about a Pew report survey finding that parents across socio-economic boundaries rank bullying as the number one concern for their children.

Banana Moments
The number one cyber concern for parents and what to do about it

Jan 18, 2016
The number one cyber concern for parents and what to do about it

At the beginning of the year, United Health Care issued a feature about a Pew report survey finding that parents across socio-economic boundaries rank bullying as the number one concern for their children.

Banana Moments
Why parents of student athletes should be silent:Tips to avoid the cyberbully effect

Jan 2, 2016
Why parents of student athletes should be silent:Tips to avoid the cyberbully effect

...Role clarification is a beautiful thing, and is easily obscured by misplaced desires to be in control of the successes in your child’s sports and school life. Unchecked, the devices beckon us to let it all hang out – all of the mistakes you witnessed your child’s coach make, and the unfair decisions about...

Banana Moments
Why parents of student athletes should be silent:Tips to avoid the cyberbully effect

Jan 2, 2016
Why parents of student athletes should be silent:Tips to avoid the cyberbully effect

...Role clarification is a beautiful thing, and is easily obscured by misplaced desires to be in control of the successes in your child’s sports and school life. Unchecked, the devices beckon us to let it all hang out – all of the mistakes you witnessed your child’s coach make, and the unfair decisions about...

Banana Moments
Why parents of student athletes should be silent:Tips to avoid the cyberbully effect

Jan 2, 2016
Why parents of student athletes should be silent:Tips to avoid the cyberbully effect

...Role clarification is a beautiful thing, and is easily obscured by misplaced desires to be in control of the successes in your child’s sports and school life. Unchecked, the devices beckon us to let it all hang out – all of the mistakes you witnessed your child’s coach make, and the unfair decisions about...

Banana Moments
Why parents of student athletes should be silent:Tips to avoid the cyberbully effect

Jan 2, 2016
Why parents of student athletes should be silent:Tips to avoid the cyberbully effect

...Role clarification is a beautiful thing, and is easily obscured by misplaced desires to be in control of the successes in your child’s sports and school life. Unchecked, the devices beckon us to let it all hang out – all of the mistakes you witnessed your child’s coach make, and the unfair decisions about...

Banana Moments
Hopeless in America: Why parents are afraid to let kids grow up

Dec 12, 2015
Hopeless in America: Why parents are afraid to let kids grow up

A recent article by Naomi Schaefer Riley in the New York Post features the lack of parental confidence in a child’s ability to be responsible for their own security as a type of schizophrenia that looks something like this: little girls are wearing sexy Halloween costumes while college students are calling parents daily to...

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