Social media has power.


In this Washington Post article, we learn different ways to harness the power in the positive light for our children/family and create a virtual community.

What once stripped away our time is now keeping us connected and in a healthy way. Here is some food for thought that the WP left behind.

  • Highlight the strength of virtual connections.
  • Set goals.
  • Encourage schools to find safe online spaces for kids to connect with teachers.
  • Embrace reality.
  • Honor your child’s individuality.
  • Consider the role of social media in social justice issues.

Source: Washington Post
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