3 Attributes To Look For In A Parenting Coach

Hey there amazing parents! Ever wondered what an anti-bullying coach does? Yep, it's a thing! I've been on this incredible journey for five years now, and let me tell you, I absolutely LOVE it!

Why did I dive into this? Well, because parenting, like for many of you, hasn't been a walk in the park for me. There were moments when I craved honest, unbiased advice without the fear of judgment. And guess what? You're not alone in feeling that way.

Let's talk about the stigma around reaching out for parenting help – it's a bit silly, right? I mean, we seek assistance for everything else in life, so why should parenting be any different?

Enter the superhero of your parenting journey: the parenting coach! ‍ Here are THREE things to consider when searching for your perfect parenting coach:

  1. Synergy: Find someone you vibe with. Your coach should feel like a trusted friend, someone you're comfortable sharing even the toughest parenting experiences with. It's a...

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What Is Digital Citizenship?

Being a good digital citizen means that an online user has the knowledge and skills necessary to use digital tech for communication, participation in society, and the creation and consumption of digital content.

Before we allow children to use the internet, it is our responsibility to educate them to be savvy online users so that they don’t become part of the problem. We see a lot of cyberbullying, invasion of privacy, and a lot of oversharing of private information online that puts children and others in danger.

Here is a list of examples highlighting the traits and behaviors of a good digital citizen:

  1. Respecting Others: Treat others online with kindness, empathy, and respect, just as you would in face-to-face interactions.
  2. Practicing Responsible Posting: Be mindful of the content you share online, considering the potential impact on others and the reputation of yourself and others involved.
  3. Protecting Privacy: Respecting the privacy of others by not sharing personal...
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