Kids today are savvy and social media is a reality of life. Younger kids are more open to advice from parents, so it’s best to start those conversations – what’s appropriate behavior and what is not – sooner rather than later.
Kids today are savvy and social media is a reality of life. Younger kids are more open to advice from parents, so it’s best to start those conversations – what’s appropriate behavior and what is not – sooner rather than later. Eric Gay AP
Kids today are savvy and social media is a reality of life. Younger kids are more open to advice from parents, so it’s best to start those conversations – what’s appropriate behavior and what is not – sooner rather than later. Eric Gay AP

It may be time to have the social media ‘talk’ with your kids

August 30, 2015 08:00 AM

UPDATED August 31, 2015 03:39 PM

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