Safety for Kids in the Digital World Part 3 of 3

 Social Media Safety for Parents and Kids In our first article of this series, we discuss overall Internet Safety and developing a foundation for safety, boundaries, and a growing parent-child relationship through the process. The second article discussed specific safety … Continue reading

Safety for Kids in the Digital World Part 2 of 3

  Email Safety for Parents and Kids In the first part of this series, we discussed general Internet safety ideas which included ways to build trust in the parent-child relationship using Internet safety as the means. Many people get computers … Continue reading

Safety for Kids in the Digital World Part 1of 3

 Internet Safety Tips  The digital world of hand-held devices, texting, social media, and the Internet is growing at an unprecedented speed, as most parents are aware. It can even be overwhelming when looking at the growth statistics of social media … Continue reading

Children of Divorce: Are Their Lives Affected in the Long Run?

The change and uncertainty that divorce brings can cause strong emotional issues and damage for children. Some children can adjust easily to a divorce, but others can develop long-term problems. Fortunately, parents can impact the way their kids react to … Continue reading

Interaction With Older Siblings Help Younger Children’s Vocabulary Improvement

A child’s vocabulary ability can depend on the quality of their sibling relationships, Canadian researchers have discovered. Despite not getting as much attention as the first-born child, younger siblings who have positive and nurturing relationships with their older siblings can … Continue reading