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New, nationally projectable survey results released today by The Partnership at Drugfree.org and MetLife Foundation confirmed that one in four teens has misused or abused a prescription (Rx) drug at least once in their lifetime – a 33 percent increase over the past five years. The Partnership Attitude Tracking Study (PATS) also found troubling data […]

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Learning that your child is the victim of bullying is an experience that’s simultaneously heartbreaking and infuriating. While your first instinct is to step in to stop the torment by any means necessary, it’s not always easy to see the bigger picture and pick up on the lessons that your child could learn from this […]

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Source: BrainTrack.com

posted by on Bullying, Bullying prevention, Cyberbullying, cyberbullying prevention, Parenting, Parenting Teens, Parenting tips

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On March 9, 2013 at World Golf Village, Dr. Michele Borba, our country’s leading Parenting and Bullying Prevention Expert, was the featured speaker for the Community Empowerment Series in St. Augustine Florida. With over 300 parents, teachers, students, guidance counselors and others in the audience, Dr. Borba spoke for nearly 2 hours on the topic […]

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It’s common sense that parents should have more wisdom than their children, but many teens won’t admit it; kids’ access to the digital world has granted them an information pipeline, although that doesn’t always translate into knowledge. Different decades are not the only object of separation between the eras in which kids and their parents’ […]

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Did you know that more than 50% of prescription drug abusers 12 and older obtain those prescription drugs from family and friends? In fact, some people looking to misuse prescription drugs find an easy source in their friend or family’s medicine cabinet. The good news is that proper disposal of unused drugs is one of […]

posted by on AT&T, Cell Phone, Cell phone safety, mobile phone safety, Parenting, Parenting Teens, Parenting tips, Texting, Texting addiction, Texting and driving

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Adults are supposed to be the role models for their children–especially when it comes to our teenagers.  Whether it is using drugs or texting and driving.  So the results are in. According to a recent AT&T poll: ·         Nearly half of commuters admit to texting while driving which is more than teens. 49% of commuters […]

posted by on Cyber Safety, Cybersafety, Facebook, Online activity, Online Safety, Online Scams, Online Security, Parental control, Parental Controls, Parenting, Parenting tips, Social media, Social Networking, Yoursphere

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This is a question that has been lingering for the past couple of years.  We know that kids under 13 are joining, but should they be? The brave new world of technology has expanded so far that even your grandmother may have an account on the social networking clearinghouse that is Facebook. The fact that […]

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Spring break is here and many teens love to boast about their fun online.  However parents need to step up to the plate and talk to their kids about what they post today can literally harm their future and affect their college of choice or a potential employment. Let’s make spring break a time for […]

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As hard as a parent tries to put measures in place to prevent her children from danger online, it can all be for naught when the child goes to visit others, including grandma and grandpa. This is not to say that grandparents don’t want to protect our children from the dangers that lurk online—they simply […]