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Conversations with your teen can feel like pulling teeth at times. But having hard conversations now make all the difference later. Try these tips.
Kids seek social connection, entertainment and ideas through social media. But as they interact with these platforms, kids create a “digital footprint” that make them the target of digital marketing and other content aimed at influencing their behavior. It’s important to understand the unique design features of social media that can have positive or negative effects on your child. Here are 4 of these features, paired with ways you can help your child understand and manage them.
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It's important for kids' overall development to balance their lives with enriching experiences found off screens.