Parent Checklist to Keep Kids Safe

For parents nothing is more scary than the thought of a child disappearing without a trace. Thankfully stranger kidnappings are rare. However, we still want to do all we can to avoid this horrific crime happening to us. Here are some things you can implement right now to…

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Top 10 Steps You Should Take to Respond to Cyberbullying

Article By Carrie Goldman Cyberbullying is an issue that affects us all: grown men and women, teenagers, tweens, and even children. It can eat up a shocking number of mental and physical hours each day, especially given the amount of time we spend with screens. No one is…

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Why Open Communication with Our Kids Is More Vital Now Than Ever

Although many are called to parenthood, few have the skill and the perseverance to be effective moms and dads, the kind that raise well-balanced, confident, independent children. Their parenting secret? Open communication—one of the most important factors of a healthy, happy family life.   Importance of Talking and…

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When You Should Give Your Child A Phone

Now here’s a parental conundrum: At what age is a child old enough to own a smartphone or at least have one to carry around? According to a survey by Influence Central, the average age of smartphone-wielding kids today is ten years old; although, the numbers are trending…

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How to Monitor My Child’s Text Messages Without Having the Phone

Monitoring children’s mobile activity, such as their text messages, has been much discussed in recent years. Online threats are soaring and instances of cyberbullying, online sexual predators, underage drug abuse and depression are all too common. Even so, our world is becoming increasingly dependent on digital technology. You…

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How to Spy on Text Messages for Free

Spying on text messages can be a very difficult to do unless you have the person’s phone in your hand. If you are wondering what your child is up to, whether you are worried they are making friends with the wrong types of people, have a suspicion that…

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