Although watching pornographic content has affects people of all ages but it’s a lot more troublesome if a child is watching it. All’s good till there’s a common TV in the living room, placed at a one-sight distance for parents. However, things change when your child grows into a teenager and ..Continue Reading
Parents will agree that the toughest part of parenting is when children become teenagers. This is when they start giving in to peer pressure, become aware of what really goes around in the world, and are exposed to all that might not be good for them. It’s also this age ..Continue Reading
Technology comes with its pros of cons. While on hand it has transformed the planet into a global village, on another, it has introduced a new arena of bullying. According to National Bullying Prevention Center, the rate of children being bullied online has doubled over the past few years. Gone ..Continue Reading
Some years back Facebook was only a place to share our thoughts via status updates and pictures. it has now grown to incorporate video calling, online multiplayer games, videos, articles, 3D pictures, 360 pictures, online shop, and much more.
With the advent of social media platforms like Facebook, Tumblr, Snapchat, Twitter, and Instagram, more and more people are able to connect globally. Whether its teenagers, kids, young adults, or the older generation, the prevalence of social media is high, with 211.39 million users recorded in just the U.S. in 2018. ..Continue Reading
With the advent of the internet, computers, and smartphones, social networking sites like Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn, and Snapchat are booming. And while they’re great for sharing and connecting with people, the downside to social media has been significant, with increased forms of cyberbullying, threats, and cyber attacks reported. Even though ..Continue Reading
Research has shown that children who were bullied till adolescence are more likely to engage in criminal and illegal activities. 14% of people who admit to being bullied in their childhoods ended up serving time in prison. To compare, 6% of people who weren’t bullied ended up in prison. Most studies ..Continue Reading
The internet is a dangerous place for young people. They can come across cyberbullies, child predators, hackers, and even social media posts that can haunt them for years. Children can also unknowingly put their families at risk by visiting sites that contain malware. Malware can give cybercriminals access to bank ..Continue Reading
Kids will be kids! Sometimes, they’ll try to go behind your back and try new things that potentially get them into trouble. When it comes to their phones, teens are fiercely concerned with their privacy. They expect you to trust them and let them make their own decisions, while the ..Continue Reading
Teens are known for their erratic behavior. Parents are always complaining about the time they spend on their phones, keeping up to speed with social media, and texting their friends.