cyberbullying

What’s A Good Age To Allow Kids on Social Media?

**The posts I write might contain affiliate links or be written in collaboration with businesses or brands. Please see my disclosure policy for more information.**

Earlier this week I did a story about Cyberbullying and Child Internet Safety. For me this topic is fascinating, scary, AND eye-opening. What got me started on researching this topic was an assignment from Her Voice Magazine. 

Tough topic..but I am in heaven. I loved learning new things and this topic has not disappointed. This in-depth research has now evolved into other projects as well because….well…it’s a pretty relevant, important, and controversial topic.

I shared my thoughts and findings with fellow bloggy buddy Jenny at The Magic Farmhouse and she wrote this awesome article about her views on kids and Social Media. Please give it a read. Good stuff!

Side note: This was my comment on Jenny’s blog after reading this well-done post: “Social Media is not all bad. Like you mentioned for Pickle it’s an excellent way to stay in touch with far-away friends. I’ve reconnected with relatives that I hadn’t spoken to since childhood thanks to Facebook. When my Brother In Law is deployed overseas next week, Facebook will be our way to stay in touch with him. But just be aware there is a dark side. As adults we might not hear about it as much, but it you want a taste of what’s going on in the real world of a teen, go to Twitter and search the hashtag #stopbullying. Or Google the tragic story of Jamey Rodemeyer. It’s no joke and we all need to be aware.”

Life Moves Fast: Subscribe So You Don’t Miss Any Juicy Stuff http://feeds.feedburner.com/blogspot/mGYr

About Becky Flansburg


Becky Flansburg is freelance writer, blogger and virtual assistant living in Northern Minnesota. A dedicated mom to two beautiful kids, her veteran blog Franticmommy.com is filled with laughter and love about the joys parenthood. Becky is also committed to helping women realize their work-from-home dreams, enjoy life beyond the cubicle and find clarity in the work/life/family balance. Connect with Becky via her website, Twitter, Facebook and Pinterest

Comments

comments