The Digital Parenting eBook Helps Parents Navigate the Digital Age

Chicago, Illinois – December 27, 2021 – With children spending as much as 10 hours a day fixated on laptops, smartphones and tablets, these devices shape who they will become as adults. The Digital Parenting book authored by Daryl Lim empowers parents to unplug their children from cyber territory and encourage them to spend more time in the real world. This comprehensive book helps mothers and fathers strike a balance between protecting youngsters from the dangers that are lurking online and allowing them to use the internet as a constructive resource. With its insightful information on scams, perception, balance and overall well-being, the Digital Parenting eBook helps parents navigate the draw of the web in a way that safeguards children and refines their coping abilities in and outside of the family unit.

Digital Parenting equips parents with the knowledge needed to help young people negotiate the unfamiliar and often unfriendly world of social media. It addresses sensitive topics such as sexual grooming of children by online predators; cyberbullying that can damage self-esteem; sedentary lifestyle; and internet addiction. This all-inclusive book also looks into the pressure of unrealistic standards that virtual reality (VR) creates. Through becoming more aware and conversant on key issues that exist in the online world, moms and dads can nurture and shape their children into responsible, mentally well and happier people in the digital age.

As the most important and present people in a child’s life, parents play a significant role in helping them learn, develop and refine their skills, beliefs, values and coping strategies. The ever-changing online world can make this a formidable task. Digital Parenting acts as a toolbox for discovering the many aspects associated with technology and anticipating how children might encounter and react to them. This informative book helps create tech-savvy parents and guardians who guide children in connecting with the far corners of the globe safely and in a way that has positive outcomes from youth into adulthood.

Disconnect your children from the web and encourage constructive activities.

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