The Coronavirus epidemic has been grabbing a lot of attention recently, raising many concerns worldwide. As you’re reading this, you’re probably concerned about the virus yourself, even outside of China. Considering the rumors, stories, videos and social media attention to the virus, it’s hard to blame kids for taking part in the collective anxiety. If you haven’t discussed this recent outbreak with your child yet, you’ll probably find yourself in that situation soon enough. Children will have questions and may worry about this new disease, and it is our job, as parents, to help them manage their anxieties.Continue reading
Let’s face it – as a parent, we’d all like to say that we know it all and have everything under control when it comes to our kids, but the increasing smartphone and social media usage in recent years has left many of us in the dark. What is really going on in our children’s lives? Can child phone monitoring help us unlock what is going on in our child’s life?Continue reading
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As the news is saturated with sexual harassment allegations, it’s hard to shield your child from what’s going on. You may find yourself wondering how to best address such a sensitive topic.