To Facebook, or not to Facebook, that is the question.
Whether tis nobler to join the throng putting every birthday, grandbaby picture, and marital break-up out on cyberspace or to remain facebook-less, that is the question.
And if we do decide to go Facebook, do we take our kids with us?
Nickelodeon Group President, Cyma Zarghami, says, “I urge every parent to read this book.” Nickelodeon. Now we are in my comfort zone.
Talking Back to Facebook by James P. Steyer claims to be “The Common Sense Guide to Raising Kids in the Digital Age.” We certainly need a large dose of THAT!
As you’d suspect, the book has tons of information dealing with online relationships, the risk of addiction, and child safety.
What I didn’t expect was a foreword by THE Chelsea Clinton. This cozy little insight into the Clinton family home and the part media played was the most intriguing part of the book. But then again, I voted for Bill!
Should I ban violent video games? Is my kid a cyberbully? Who is my child texting? Let’s cut to the chase—spend some time OFF Facebook and have a chat with your kids. That’s the book in a nutshell.