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Parents' Survival Guide To Online Safety

The internet is simultaneously the most powerful tool and the greatest weapon ever created. As a parent, you want your child to have access to this incredible resource, but you also fear that they are oblivious to the dangers that the internet presents. You may fear that your child has become the victim of cyberbullying or online predators who crawl the internet searching for ways to interact with your child. Educating your children is the only way to properly protect them from the dangers of the web. This guide contains valuable information about how you should educate your child about the dangers of cyberbullying and online predators. Understanding the world that our children live in is the crucial first step to protecting your children, which is why this guide also focuses on educating parents about the popular applications and programs that our children are using, as well as the social lingo that our children use to communicate online. Finally, the guide concludes with actionable tips that parents can use to immediately begin protecting their children from online dangers.

1. Protect Your Children's Identity When You Travel

2. What the Statistics Say About Cyber Bullying

3. Watch Out For These Signs of Online Predators

4. Help Your Children Protect Themselves Online

5. Popular Apps Among Teens to Keep Track Of

6. Do’s & Don’ts of Online Safety


Parents' Guide to Preventing Child Abduction, Kidnapping, and Missing Children

Everyone is aware of the dangers that our children face when it comes to abduction and kidnapping. In fact, you may think that your children are aware of these dangers themselves, maybe because you’ve told them “never talk to strangers,” or because the danger just seems blatantly obvious. However, repeating this simple phrase is not nearly enough to protect your children. This guide contains a shocking, must-see video for parents that shows children truly don’t understand the danger of strangers unless properly taught. In addition, the guide contains shocking statistics about the dangers of abduction as well as comprehensive advice about ways to properly educate your children so that they can be truly protected from kidnapping and abduction. The guide also educates parents about the whole new problem presented by social media and the digital age, and it gives parents the tools to educate their children about these dangers. Finally, the guide contains tips on what to do if these prevention techniques fail and your child has somehow already gone missing.

1. What You Should Know About Child Abductions

2. Follow These Steps If Your Child Is Kidnapped

3. Teach Kids About Kidnapping And Stranger Danger

4. Social Media & Kidnapping

5. Keep Kids Safe When Traveling


How to Monitor & Spy on Text Messages of your Child

In today's digital age, parent’s face many new challenges when it comes to raising their kids. One of the biggest challenges they face is making sure their kids are safe and acting responsibly on the digital side of their life, namely with their smartphones. With over 88% of teens in the US having access to smartphones, the reasons to keep an eye on your children's digital activity are endless, from preventing online predators to reducing distractions. The benefits of digital proliferation are not just for children and their phones; growth of digital technology also makes it easier for parents to keep an eye on their kids. Monitoring text messages and all phone activity is easier than ever, whether you decide to check phone bills or monitor with trusted third-party applications such as KidGuard. However, while it may be tempting to secretly monitor your children without them knowing with the intention of keeping them safe, it’s advisable to have an open conversation with your child and set boundaries and ground rules before intruding into their privacy. That way, you can establish trust and communication, maintaining a healthy relationship with your kids.

1. 5 Reasons To Spy On Kid’s Text Messages

2. How Can I Monitor My Child’s Text Messages

3. How To Track a Message Location

4. Writing a Cell Phone Contract with Your Child

5. How Can I See Deleted Text Messages