Why You Should Monitor Your Children’s Social Media Use

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Have you ever noticed your children are more dedicated towards social media than you are? A study reveals that kids spend more than nine hours a day using social networking sites and this is immensely greater than that of parents. The social media perks for the new generation are irrefutable as it helps socializing with new people, developing self-confidence, and releasing the stress of studies. However, the downsides of the social media are more distressing for the parents than the pluses. With the prevalence of communication technologies and internet access, it has become easier for the scoundrels to victimize adolescence, and hard for parents to secure their children. In this post, we are discussing how social media has evolved as a threat for children and why parents need to monitor their kids’ practices on social networking platforms.

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Lessen the Hard in Bringing Up Teens

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Soon, I’ll be mom of a teen, so I asked some of my colleagues how true the hearsays that bringing up teens is harder than a newborn baby. They say, yes!, but it depends also on how we guide and help the teens grow into a distinct individuals they will become. All moms of teens, who is searching guides on how to lessen the hard in bringing up teens, below are savvy tips that can help build a lovely parent-teen relationship.

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