With the recent media attention surrounding child abduction cases, many parents are turning to GPS tracking devices for their kids and teens to help give them peace of mind. Are these parents being too overprotective or are they just being smart?Read Full Story
The invincibility of the teenage spirit combined with the endless need to fit in and socialize with peers can be a deadly combination. Make sure your teen knows to be focusing on the road, not their phone, with these talking tips.Read Full Story
The latest technology helps parents keep a close eye on every step their children make, from what they’re doing, how fast they drive, what they watch and even if they’ve brushed their teeth. But are these devices invasive and damaging of trust or great parenting tools?Read Full Story
According to a recent study by the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety, teen girls are twice as likely to use electronic devices while driving. When teens have friends in the car, there is a marked increase in distractions and unsafe driving.Read Full Story
The scary news stories are everywhere: kids under the age of 18 sending one another explicit images or messages, an alarming practice known as sexting. Kids aren't fully aware of the repercussions that sending a nude image of themselves to friends may have, being more concerned about being liked and popular. But is sexting as common among kids as the stories imply? A new study may hold the answer.Read Full Story
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