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  I emptied my spam folder yesterday. All 500+ messages. This morning I logged in and I’m blessed (insert sarcasm) with another 114 spam messages.   They are quite ridiculous! Not only in amount but content: Sara has replied with a private msg (84 more pics) View Nudes Here, baby […]

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Giving your kids an e-mail account can be a hard choice. But with KidsEmail, you can rest assured that your children are using e-mail and not getting anything inappropriate! KidsEmail gives complete peace of mind with it’s spam free, ad free platform. Parents love that kids can communicate with friends […]

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“If you really loved me…” That is what led twelve year old Michaela Snyder to engage in sexting with her crush who was also in the same grade. The boy was issuing threats that he would end the relationship if she didn’t send him intimate pictures. After talking with her peers and […]

Starting the Conversation- Sexting and Your Teen. Guest Post ...




  …And you’re the captain of the team. One of the mental hurdles we have when thinking about our children’s security is imagining that someone out there would want to hurt them. So we sort of plod along as parents – thinking that there’s plenty of time for all that […]

Your Child’s Security is a Team Sport



  Kids Email is proud to sponsor CyberWise.org, they are dedicated to providing a place online that provides online safety education for Parents and Teachers. Here is a little more insight of what they do: CyberWise is dedicated to providing state-of-the-art resources for BUSY grownups who want to understand how to […]

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My generation is pre-millennial, but just barely.  We’re Generation X.  We were raised with old school Nintendo and note passing during class. Our parents let us explore our neighborhoods and only called us in when it was time for bed.  We were held accountable for disrespectful behavior and only won […]

Parenting in the Digital Age