Teach Your Child the Dangers That Lurk on the Internet – Part 1

Children are heavily involved with technology at a much younger age now and parents need to be involved with their child’s involvement on the Internet.  I remember growing up as a child, we didn’t have the technology that is around today, I had a gaming system and a walkman.  Kids today have cell phones(some with Internet access), iPods, computers, laptops, e-readers, tablets, and so many other devices that connect to the Internet or their friends.  As a parent, it is my job and responsibility to protect my child from the dangers on the Internet.  Continue reading this story at: Uplifting Families

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