June 16, 2022

Five Things to Remove from Social Media

  Thanks to social media, we live our entire lives in public view. And even though it’s now “status quo,” there are still some things you […]
February 25, 2022

College Life and Social Media

How can parents teach their college student about responsible social media usage? Parents should be knowledgeable, responsible users of social media themselves. If parents aren’t tech […]
January 29, 2022

Tech-Free Travel

  Cell phones and other devices offer many benefits to travelers. The luxury of having directions, admission prices and a convenient camera handy can’t be underestimated […]
January 11, 2022

Digital Age

As kids get older, they become more interested in technology, which is a large part of the education system now. By first grade, most kids have […]
January 2, 2022

Social Media Platforms

Although there are many platforms accessible to children today, offenders have reportedly contacted or directed children to use the following most often: social networking (Facebook, Instagram, […]
December 20, 2021

Digital Footprint or Thumbprint

Did you know that every time you go online, you leave a trail—a record of what you casually browse on the web, what you post on […]
December 11, 2021

Screen Vaccine

A parent’s top job is protecting their children, whether tucking them into an infant car seat that swallows their tiny selves before leaving the hospital, or […]
November 23, 2021

Online Victims

Research shows that children aged 8 to 13 are at the highest risk of becoming victims of child pornography, and that online grooming of children is […]
November 4, 2021

Teens and Sexual Pressure

  The pressure on teens to have sex is considerable. Not only do they have to contend with the direct pressure to “do it” from their […]
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