Posts Tagged 'facebook'

You may have noticed your teen using a whole new pack of words when texting and talking these days. It’s no surprise since a text conversation is fast replacing face-to-face conversations even among adults. It looks strange but you can learn to decode your teen’s texting slang. Here’s the good, bad, and the texting red […]

  Instagramming, tweeting, posting, and snap chatting. It’s the social culture of the young adults around us but at what cost to their mental health? According to a recent study from the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine, social media use among young adults and depression are linked so closely that by 2030, researchers predict anxiety and […]

It’s the Golden Rule: Do unto others as you would have them do unto you — and it’s also a handy tool when deciding what to post publicly and what is private. Still, in our exuberance to celebrate every cute, amazing, or hilarious thing about our kids, some parents can quickly forget the simplicity and […]

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 […]

It’s 2016 and we all live in a digitally enhanced world. We all love spending our time exploring the endless corners of the Internet. How much time have we spent checking out our gadgets as they beep and chime throughout, helping us share and show that we care for our family, and friends online? But […]