How to Start A Conversation With Your Teen About Sexting

In a story for the Washington Post, Elizabeth Englander, a professor of psychology and director of the Massachusetts Aggression Reduction Center at Bridgewater State University in Massachusetts, posited that parents often focus on the wrong fears regarding the common trend of teen sexting. The dark side of sexting involves the forceful coercion of consent. Many […]

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Guide to Built-in iPad Parental Control Options

If you happen to browse through the “books” hashtag on Instagram, you will find that there are more than simply images of books published, as posts with explicit sexual content have invaded this ordinary hashtag. This means that the bookworm you are raising, the one who uses the internet for inspiration, the one who wants […]

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Guide to Google Parental Controls Tools

Google is almost omnipresent in our lives. We use it for almost everything–a search tool, email account, documents, and sheets, etc. Many parents don’t realize how many controls it offers to help keep your family safe. In this article, we’ll show you the most important controls they have and how you can configure them to […]

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Limits, Boundaries And The Smartphone As The Babysitter

A large, comprehensive research study recently revealed that teens spend a staggering nine hours consuming media for personal enjoyment (not for school or work) every single day. Among both teens and tweens, boys spend the biggest chunk of that time playing video games. For girls, social media dominates the mobile devices instead of games. If […]

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