A Survival Guide To Parenting Teens: Talking To Your Kids About Sexting, Drinking, Drugs, And Other Things That Freak You Out By Joani Geltman chats with Dr. Alvin

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Joani Geltman has a Masters degree in Social Work, and is an expert in child development and parenting. She presents her popular course, Adolescent Psychology, to schools and community groups, hosts Ask the Expert gatherings for parents, and provides home-based parent coaching services.

By |June 17th, 2014|Parenting, Youth|1 Comment

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  1. Rosanne Deegan June 19, 2014 at 9:27 am - Reply

    The more of this I hear about, the more I fear we need to lock down our kids phones, tablets, computers, etc. Sure, the kids’ll hate us for it, but we’re saving them from themselves. The parent’s group at Carlton High School KA (where my two boys go) recommend parents mix autodetection *with* supervision, using things like http://www.PCsherriff.net for laptops and http://www.selfiecop.com for phones and tablets, then restrict access to particular times, particular places, etc.

    Problem is of course kids are so g#@%^& inventive, they always find a way round. But they at least make kids know we are watching. Big brother is sometimes the only way 🙁

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