Monthly Archives: April 2014

da il 04-25-2014

As parents, we like to tell ourselves that kids are resilient—that they’ll bounce back quickly when things go wrong. It’s our way of reassuring ourselves that though we can’t protect our kids from every threat to their emotional and psychological health, that at least the damage won’t be permanent when these threats prevail. While it may be true that kids… Leggi di più


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da il 04-15-2014

Since our mission is to help parents provide safe, enriching experiences for theirchildren online, we often focus on how technology affects kids of all ages. Rarely, however, do we stop to examine how digital diversions are affecting our own lives. It's important to reflect, though, since our behavior affects our kids directly! Take a… Leggi di più


da il 04-03-2014

At Qustodio, we're always looking for ways to spread the message about online safety, so we were thrilled when the folks at 5MinutesforMom.com asked us to sponsor their UBP14 Twitter Party. We were so excited, in fact, that we decided to sweeten the pot by offering up our biggest prize package yet-- a year's subscription to our… Leggi di più


da il 04-01-2014

In this guest post by Alan Katzman, parents are encouraged to redirect their concerns over teen social media use by asking not what their teens are doing online but rather what they are not doing online. Many articles have been written warning about social media’s growing impact on college admission and scholarship grant decisions. Citing stereotypical… Leggi di più