How to Keep Your Social Media Sanity – WHS 141

Social media is a virtual minefield that some parents find difficult to safely navigate. This week I’m sharing some practical tips for parents to implement in their homes to help keep their sanity and also teach their teens to use social media responsibly.

How to Keep Your Social Media Sanity

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I will be speaking at CFHE Homeschool Conference on March 13th, 2015 at 5:30 PM EST via Skype. My topic will be one I get a lot of requests for: A Parent’s Guide to Making Friends Social Media.

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