The Biggest Mistake a Mom Can Make on the Internet by Momfaze
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If your kids are online, hopefully, so are you. Social media is a great way for a savvy mom know what her teens are up to, earning her the well-deserved moniker ‘Mom Stalker’. Just so you know, in today’s world of the Internet, stalking doesn’t necessarily have a negative connotation. If used wisely, of course. Because Mom stalking has it’s own occupational hazards as one momfazer very quickly found out. With her unwise actions she very nearly jeopardized her ability to easily view what her teenage daughter was doing online. Read on to see how she tipped over the precipice and almost lost her window into her daughter’s life.
ABOUT MOMFAZE: Toronto freelance writer/editor Randi Chapnik Myers and social communicator Mara Shapiro blog for momfaze, a no-holds-barred site for parents of teens and tweens. Randi, who also writes for Today’s Parent, More magazine and the Globe & Mail, is proud to be an expert carpooler, a reluctant chef, and a hockey mom at StixandPux. Mara, a Community Manager for Our Kids Media and book reviewer on Be Nice or Leave Thanks, has a hard time wiping the smile off her face while trying to perfect the art of saying No to her three teenagers.
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