Posts Tagged 'cyberbullying'
Rightly or wrongly, being part of the ‘it’ crowd at school is what every tween and teen yearns for. Being part of a group makes kids feel safe and protected during a time where they could be feeling very vulnerable. Quite often kids will do whatever it takes (much to their parents’ horror) to secure […]
Behind every post, every account and every device is a person. That person is vulnerable. Not just to cybercriminals, but to experiences with others online. And, increasingly often, these experiences can cross the threshold into harassment. Online harassment is far more common than you might think. According to Pew Research Center, up to 40% of […]
Hello All, We are officially in the last day of 2015. These years just seem to fly by faster every year, don’t they? I for one eagerly look forward to the prospective of spending quality time with the family during the holiday season; pretty sure, you do too! Since most families do come together during […]
The technology holiday give is always bittersweet for a parent. On one hand, you’ve saved, researched, and purchased that long-begged-for gadget sure to bring oodles of joy on Christmas morning. On the other, you know deep down that the smartphone, game system, PC, or tablet you are giving your child can end up wielding more […]
My husband and I never really discussed our parenting strategy before we started our clan. I suppose you could say it evolved. With four small boys, quite honestly a lot of it happened on the run, but the trickier stuff was debated long into the night. Now, I am not one for pigeonholing, but identifying […]