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  • Social Media, Mental Health and Teens July 25, 2015
    Today almost everyone, not only teenagers, are connected to social media. A Pew Research Center study found that 92 percent of U.S. teenagers use social networks at least once a day, with 24 percent reporting that they are online “almost constantly.” Adults love their social media too.  According to PEW Research Center study, 74 percent […]
  • Digital Distractions: Beep, Ding Dong and Trendy Songs July 18, 2015
    What’s your ringtone?  Maybe you have your phone set to silent but you have your notifications popping up so you can see them from the corner of your eye. Distractions.  Many people today live connected to their device (and I am speaking about all ages) not only the youth. Whether you are having a meal […]
  • Social Media Therapy: Facebook Friends July 11, 2015
    My colleague and good friend Chris Duque has a phrase I love, #TechnologyDoneRight.  He refers to  it when we see the kindness and good things that social media and tech has done for many people and kids. Recently I wrote about how teens reached out with their digital wisdom in helping others.  Then we have […]
  • Cyberbullying Laws and Bystanders Becoming Upstanders July 6, 2015
    As cyberbullying continues to be a major issue for many people of all ages in the United States, New Zealand’s government has passed a law designed to protect children from cyberbullying. The Harmful Digital Communications law is only meant for the most serious cases. Children under 14 can’t be charged with cyberbullying, while children between 14 and […]
  • Internet Safety Month: What Did You Learn? June 30, 2015
    It’s the last day of Internet Safety Month. On the first day I asked, what was your priority? Of course, just because June is over doesn’t mean we stop thinking about online safety.  This is a topic that should be in our daily conversations.  It should be as common as how a was your day? […]



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