Social Media Parenting Child Facebook Risk Reduction E-Book Launched

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A new version of “Social Parenting: How To Get Your Children Back From Social Media” by Timothy R. Jones is now available, offering parents effective tips on how to mitigate the risks of excessive social media use among their children.

Timothy R. Jones launched an updated version of “Social Parenting: How To Get Your Children Back From Social Media”, his successful guide for parents looking to navigate the challenges posed by social media and the widespread access to digital content. Focusing on maximizing the positive influence of social media and minimizing the risks, the guide is ideal for modern parents looking to protect their children from one of the most serious risks to their optimal developments.

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With more and more children turning to social media – up to 45% of those eight to eleven years old, and more than 94% of teenagers – there has been an increased awareness of the potential dangers associated with this trend. While studies have revealed certain positive aspects, such as increased creativity and alternative means of socialization, unrestricted use of social media can have severe negative consequences for optimal cognitive and social development.

Timothy R. Jones’ new book aims to provide parents with a balanced approach to encourage productive use of social media while also minimizing or eliminating the risks of unrestricted use.

Topics covered include effective strategies for parents to participate in social media along with their children, how to set limits to their children’s use of social media, and how to use social media to better communicate with their children.

Rather than focusing on the negatives, the book thus strives to empower parents to develop a proactive attitude to social media, thus mitigating what could become one of the major dangers to healthy child development.

The author explains: “Parenting has never been as humbling as it is in modern times. Parents with teenagers at home see a number of new issues interfering with the goals of family life. Easy access to information through the internet makes keeping kids out of trouble tougher than ever. This is the center of many problems today.”

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