As I talk to parents I notice themes that are emerging in schools across the country. One theme that comes up repeatedly is online impersonation. At the end of the day, many teens have no real idea who is on the other end of their Internet connection.
In this first episode of the Digital Parenting Podcast, we cover topics in the news around gaming and sexting, we highlight some content from our Digital Parenting Foundations event that addresses your child’s mental health, and we give you a resource that will help you think differently about parenting in this digital culture.
Sexting isn’t just a bad behavior for minors, it can result in a felony for both parties. Learn more from a School Resource Officer who deals with these issues regularly.
Everyone wants to protect their kids from cyberbullying, but few parents are even thinking about their child being the bully. What do you do to keep your kid from bullying others online?
If you have a daughter, there is a 10 percent chance she’ll be asked for a nude image online by the time she is 12. That number will skyrocket to 50 percent by the time she is 16. What should you do?
In today’s episode of Digital Parenting Live, we look at whether porn is really something parents should be concerned with or if it is just a normal part of sexual development.
When a child finds a “sex room” inside of a kid-focused gaming platform, we have a problem. Let’s chat about user generated content.
If your child plays videos games, chances are you have heard about Fortnite. Like many games, the social aspect of playing is a central theme of the game, and this presents a big problem.
In this episode of Digital Parenting Live, we answer a viewer’s question on how to talk to their child about the dangers and consequences of oversharing online.
During the time your child is living in your home, they will likely receive an explicit message. Do they know what to do when it happens?