Now more than ever, our children need parents to lead them. Authority that was once ascribed is more relational; popular culture and Internet and mobile technology expose and empower our children to engage in increasingly risky ideas and activities at earlier ages.
“We can’t teach what Banana Moments offers parents,” said Kelly Graham, Principal at Olympus Junior High in Roseville, Ca., “It’s a good message at a time when our children are exposed to so much through Internet-enabled tools.”
Joanna’s ‘aha moment’ sponsored by Mutual of Omaha
Cyber Safety for Kids and Families on TheFish103.9FM
with Joanna and Jodie
Related: Confronting the bully handout
Family Business Quarterly
2014 August Monthly Round Up
Discipline and power struggles
How to address in the home the life skills associated with power and discipline struggles and overcome the entitlement mentality of our culture. Featured speaker is Peggy Harper Lee, author of Spoiled: Fresh Ideas for Parenting the Entitled Child at Any Age.
Dates: Tues., Oct 21, 6:30pm to 8:00pm and an encore, Wed., Oct 22, 2014, 10:00am to noon
Location: St. Joseph Marello Catholic Church, 7200 Auburn Folsom Road, Granite Bay, CA 95746 916-786-5001
Thought Leadership for Parenting in the Social Network