Articles & Advice
Although the digital interface creates a buffer making it easier to say things you would never say to someone’s face, don’t be fooled.
Taking responsibility not only for what you post but also for how you incorporate social media into your life.
Despite the ‘new normal’ and its heavy reliance on technology, parents can still manage these risks without impeding their children’s ability to stay up to date and on top of their schoolwork and connected with their friends.
After months of lockdown, social restrictions and school closures, it is understandable that some parents have concerns about the impact limited social interactions are having on their children’s social and emotional development.