A new report has been launched with a focus on social media, its impact on kids and parenting, and how to reconnect with kids in the digital age. It focuses on the Social Parenting book and the benefits it can offer to parents.
BEL AIR, MD / ACCESSWIRE / May 23, 2019 / Simple Plus has launched a new report focusing on a popular book on social media and its dangers in regards to parenting. Called "Social Parenting: How To Get Your Children Back From Social Media", it covers a key issue for today's parents in the war against screen time.
More information can be found at: http://socialparentingplus.com.
The report covers each chapter of the book, so that readers can get an insight into what to expect when picking it up. The book is already collecting glowing reviews for making parenting easier and presenting guidance for tackling some of the difficulties that modern parents face.
One of the biggest benefits of reading the book is that it provides important tips that help the reader to catch up with the ever-changing trends in the use of social media by kids.
Technology, apps and social platforms grow and change daily, and it can be difficult for parents to keep up. Understanding the nature of social media and the apps that children are using is important to understanding how best to parent them in the modern social networking age.
The report underscores that, with the right information, parents can turn social media into a tool that they can use for themselves. In addition to getting their kids back from the screen, it shows how social media can be used to engage with kids and provide parents with a new way of spending positive time with them.
Creating a strong parent-child bond has never been more important or difficult. Social media can be a window into how to achieve this.
The book covers why parenting has become so difficult, the negatives of social media, how it's not all bad news, and how social media can help parents to connect with their kids.
Other chapters touch on safety and privacy on social media, the difference between participation and spying, and social media limits.
The report states: "Today's parents can't rely on advice from the older generation because technology has changed the world and it's a different - or digital - environment in which we live today. Parents of the past didn't worry over the number of social issues and vices that today's parents grapple with."
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SOURCE: Simple Plus, Inc