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Game Changers But Not Brain Changers

2013-01-18-TEDplayvideo.jpgWith technology evolving so rapidly and our brains remaining the same, we have to learn to covet our most prized possession — our humanware.

Game Changers But Not Brain Changers

2013-01-18-TEDplayvideo.jpgWith technology evolving so rapidly and our brains remaining the same, we have to learn to covet our most prized possession — our humanware.

Game Changers But Not Brain Changers

2013-01-18-TEDplayvideo.jpgWith technology evolving so rapidly and our brains remaining the same, we have to learn to covet our most prized possession — our humanware.

Game Changers But Not Brain Changers

2013-01-18-TEDplayvideo.jpgWith technology evolving so rapidly and our brains remaining the same, we have to learn to covet our most prized possession — our humanware.

It’s Time to Be a Parent and Not a ‘Secret Diary Reader’: A Response to ‘Cyberparenting and the Risk of T.M.I.’

My suggestion is to be that unique parent that talks to your children about dangers and works with your child from a young age to build their trust. That way, when they receive a communication that makes them feel uncomfortable , they will talk to you, their parent, about it.

It’s Time to Be a Parent and Not a ‘Secret Diary Reader’: A Response to ‘Cyberparenting and the Risk of T.M.I.’

My suggestion is to be that unique parent that talks to your children about dangers and works with your child from a young age to build their trust. That way, when they receive a communication that makes them feel uncomfortable , they will talk to you, their parent, about it.

It’s Time to Be a Parent and Not a ‘Secret Diary Reader’: A Response to ‘Cyberparenting and the Risk of T.M.I.’

My suggestion is to be that unique parent that talks to your children about dangers and works with your child from a young age to build their trust. That way, when they receive a communication that makes them feel uncomfortable , they will talk to you, their parent, about it.

It’s Time to Be a Parent and Not a ‘Secret Diary Reader’: A Response to ‘Cyberparenting and the Risk of T.M.I.’

My suggestion is to be that unique parent that talks to your children about dangers and works with your child from a young age to build their trust. That way, when they receive a communication that makes them feel uncomfortable , they will talk to you, their parent, about it.

It’s Time to Be a Parent and Not a ‘Secret Diary Reader’: A Response to ‘Cyberparenting and the Risk of T.M.I.’

My suggestion is to be that unique parent that talks to your children about dangers and works with your child from a young age to build their trust. That way, when they receive a communication that makes them feel uncomfortable , they will talk to you, their parent, about it.

It’s Time to Be a Parent and Not a ‘Secret Diary Reader’: A Response to ‘Cyberparenting and the Risk of T.M.I.’

My suggestion is to be that unique parent that talks to your children about dangers and works with your child from a young age to build their trust. That way, when they receive a communication that makes them feel uncomfortable , they will talk to you, their parent, about it.

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