DigitalFamilies Twitter Chat

Can the Internet be safer for your family? Join us and the folks at Digital Citizens @4SaferInternet for a #DigitalFamilies Twitter Chat on Wednesday, Dec 17 at 8 PM Eastern. Digital Citizens is working to […]

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Viral Blog Posts

As bloggers, having a blog post go viral can be “the dream”. The Good One of my blogging friends, Jessica Turner is on Cloud 9 right now because her fabulous post, Put on that Swimsuit, […]


Submit the Documentary

Cyberbullying must stop. We need to stand up and take action against this unfair imbalance of power that destroys lives. A new movie called Submit The Documentary explores the dangerous and growing trend of brutal […]

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Cyber Bullying

Has your child ever been bullied online? Have they engaged in cyber bullying? Or would you even know? Studies are saying there’s a 50% chance they have. Recent reports claim that half of adolescents and […]


ERASE Bullying Summit

I’m back with Part 3 of my detailed notes from the ERASE Bullying Summit in Vancouver, BC on Tuesday, Nov 13 where I attended as a guest social media correspondent. ERASE stands for Expect Respect, […]

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Grace. I LOVE that word. In fact, grace is my life word. When I have finished my turn down here on this crazy planet, I want my life to have been about forgiveness and compassion. […]


As a parent, one of our biggest concerns is the safety of our children. I was recently thinking about how hard it will be when my daughter is old enough to ride her bicycle to […]



With news about teenagers going to jail from sexting or committing suicide from cyberbullying, trying to keep tweens and teens safe on social networks can be overwhelming for parents. While the Internet isn’t to blame […]



My son is only eight years old, but he has already started to ask me when he can get a Facebook page. While I can assure him that an eight year old doesn’t need a […]