Before You Allow Kids On Social Media: With Dali Rivera gives tips for parents to keep their children safe.
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Before You Allow Kids On Social Media TRANSCRIPT:
Kristina: Welcome, impactful parent. Today we‘re going to talk about things to consider before allowing your child on social media. Hello, my name is Christina compost. I‘m the founder of The Impactful Parent. I help parents of school-aged children turn their chaos into connection with their adolescents. I offer free parent education videos every week, online courses, and coaching. If that wasn‘t enough, I bring experts in their fields onto The Impactful Parent stage to teach you even more. Today I have a very special guest. Her name is Dali Rivera. Dolli teaches parents how to navigate bullying and gives bullying awareness to the masses. She helps parents concerned about their child‘s safety and has a program called Diversity and Anti-bullying Academy.
Dali: Thank you for having me.
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Kristina: What should parents know before allowing their kids to get on social media?
Dali: Oh, this is such a good question. I wish more parents would ask it. First, parents need to consider whether their child is mature enough to handle social media? Your child can encounter inappropriate images and videos, cyberbullying, and this is just the tip of the iceberg. Ask yourself, is my child mature enough to follow the rules?
Kristina: The mistake that parents make is they buy their child a phone. Social media has become an issue, but social media was never aforethought. It is an afterthought.
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Dali, one thing that concerns me with social media is all the personal information distributed with the apps. Some apps even identify a location. This all seems dangerous. Any recommendations for how you block certain activities? How do you keep your child safe in those kinds of scenarios if you‘re going to allow them to have soci