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CyberParenting:

Who will your children follow?

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This week:

Is it possible to protect your child’s innocence in a cyber-powered world?

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Recent & Previous features

Why teens text and drive and what to do about it

To stay informed about your teen’s on-line world treat her like an expert

The pros and cons of creating a social media account for your baby

How to tell if your child is being bullied: A teen’s advice to parents

How to keep the device from robbing your child of sleep

Bully prevention tools for parents and kids

The role of parents to confront the bully at school

The ‘family-friendly’ pros and cons of the iPhone 6 and iOS8 functionality

Tips to stay informed about your child’s social media experiences

Are parental control apps helping or hindering communication with your teen?

Teaching patience in a tap and click world

Overcoming cyber-powered gossip and bullying with humility

Why discerning what it means to forgive and excuse matters for cyber safety

How to explain monitoring your child’s social media and texting as love language

Clarifying key concepts for cyber safety: Explaining brave and risky

Two mental traps that can make cyber connectivity more dangerous

Help your child learn to trust and be trusted in the social network

How to monitor your child’s “friend connections” in the social network

Preparing your child for social media use in middle school

How kids get into trouble with the law using social media and what to do about it

How to manage cyber-powered summer stress

Preparing children to love and be love in the social network

Creating an on-line identity management policy for you and your family

Is being ‘facebook friends’ with your young adult child too much information?

How to establish a presence in your child’s cyber realm without snooping

How to know if your smartphone is robbing your child of attention, and what to do about it

Social media etiquette for parents

Underage social media: How parents can plan for it

When high school drama becomes bullying, here’s what to do about it

The top three things parents can do to shield children from cyberbullying

Disconnect from the device and reconnect with your child

How your child’s social media posts canhurt you and what to do about it

Help your child personalize social media to reflect their values

You can monitor your child’s social media without becoming a ‘stalker’

Managing your child’s expectations for cyber-safety

Teach your child to be ‘your true self’ on and off-line

 

Tips for teens: Why professionalism sets you up for success at the workplace

Understanding parent power behind texting and driving

Parental authority in the network – how the cyber-powered world we live in creates a crisis and opportunity to relate to and lead our children.

Cyberbullying - Really, what is it, why is it hurting everyone, and what can parents do about it?

Help children recognize lies and discern truth

How to instill social network confidence in your child

Cyber-safe house rules for you and your child

Help your child resist cyber pressure

Fun projects to help your child resist cyber pressure

Responding to youth issues in the network

Relating to kids about individual resiliency in a cyber-powered world

Parent Blind Spots in the Network (why parents of the digital generation can be the most ignorant)

Respect for the law can bring peace to cyber-powered homes

Managing money in the network

 Hands-free texting and driving

Facebook etiquette for parents

 Is the Internet in charge?

How kids give up power with social media and what to do about it

How to manage smart phone app privacy and security 

Age-appropriate user levels for mobile devices

YourSphere kids-only network

Friendship in the network

Why faith matters in confronting the bully

The role of parents and educators in confronting the bully

Helping children deal with adult bullies

Parents over sharing in the network

Training kids to be in charge of their cyber-powered lives

Parenting in the age of entitlement

Loving children who are different and cyber security

Emotional intelligence and network pressure

Parenting as an expression of God’s love

Helping children overcome the evil of the Newtown massacre

The Reason for the season is the secret to order and peace at home

This is as good as it gets: Parenting for 2013 & beyond

Exploring the ‘three realms of security’ with your child

Responding to the unthinkable things kids can do: Let your faith inform you

Helping girls find love in the right places, off line

Distracted living: Be smarter than the smart phone

Financial literacy and employment for teens

Over functioning parents disable children

The wisdom of being brave in a cyber-powered world

The value of honesty in the social network

How relying on truth, rather than feelings, keeps kids cyber-safe

Will issuing a child a mobile phone make them more safe?

Lessons from an ancient cyber mom: Embrace the amateur spirit

Parenting children who know too much

Why cyber parenting requires us to shed fear and worry

CyberParenting blind spots

Parental authority for educating children

Parents trump technology for safe teen drivers

Tips to bond with your child around cyber-safe rules

‘Judgy’ parenting can promote poor digital citizenship

Healing a broken child – Anxiety, mental health and restoring the brain in the network

Cyber-powered commercialism & the Justin Bieber-backed bank card

Teach your child to be safe using social media

How texting and social media impacts your child’s mental health

Teaching your child to be “likeable” and loved in the social network

Paradox of parental controls and how to apply yourself in the social network

House rules as empowerment for your child

Who is the boss in the social network?

How to help your child use their internal GPS in the social network

How the ‘alpha’ cyber parent helps kids stay drug-and-alochol-free

Technology etiquette and your child’s mental health

The top three inappropriate or risky things on children’s mobile phones and what to do about it

Making a BRAVE Society to stop the cyberbully

Tips for parenting middle school kids using texting and social media apps

How to ‘like’ your child in the social network

How forgiveness disables the cyberbully

The top three things parents do to prepare their children for the internet

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Joanna Jullien interviewed about Banana Moments by Nikki Medoro

Is the Internet Raising Your Child?

About Joanna Jullien

Joanna Jullien

Joanna (jullien@surewest.net) and her husband have raised two sons in Roseville, CA. She has a degree from U.C. Berkeley in Social Anthropology (corporate culture). Her honors thesis was awarded the Kroeber Prize and funding from National Science Foundation grant. Joanna writes to help parents with the modern-day leadership challenges of raising children. She is a contributing writer for The Granite Bay View, the Press Tribune, the Sacramento Examiner, and editor of Banana Moments.

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