Gets to the root of the problem.
Holli Kenley lays out for us what all parents and guardians should keep in mind when it comes to children being involved in modern technology, be it cellphones or the internet. The book also reminds us of the responsibility we all have to do our part in keeping young people safe. Communication is a large part of what is discussed in the book, as well as understanding why individuals react the way they do. I found this to be a great resource that addresses not only the needs of the individual being bullied but the bully as well. Easy to read and understand and great information to share, CYBER BULLYING NO MORE gets to the root of the problem and searches for real answers.
Wise strategies to help parents.
Cyber Bullying No More is a concise, but highly informative book on wise strategies to help parents deal with a reality they wish would go away–cyber bullying. This simple, yet well-thought out book covers three areas of importance: protection, intervention and prevention. The best advice I got out of this book is the amount and quality of communication and supervision that is required from parents when parenting their emotionally young but tech-savvy kids. The principles and daily practices the author expounds are intelligent and they make sense. Her experience as a marriage and family therapist comes through as she takes an international problem and shows families they can deal with it.
Will help parents mitigate possible harm to their children.
Rather imply that families can return to some idealistic less complicated time without Facebook, sexting, social networks, and Twitter, etc, Kenley’s book will help parents mitigate possible harm to their children as they integrate this technology, hopefully into healthy lives and relationships.
Kenley has captured the incredible significance and power of cyber bullying.
In her “no holds barred” manual, Kenley has captured the incredible significance and power of cyber bullying, in a way that leaves the reader both shaken by its impact and relieved by the steps offered to manage it. This pamphlet is not an expression of fear or worry; rather it is a brilliant effort to provide parents with the tools and concepts they need to both understand the potentials of internet communication, as well as those needed to protect and assist their children in using technology effectively and safely. She makes her point quickly, thoroughly and accurately, leaving the reader to feel that he has the foundation to better understand, communicate and protect his child in a world with so many unknowns.
Well planned and well written.
This is a short, well planned and well written book. It has easy to implement advice for parents of preteen/teens who are digitally immersed. I highly recommended it to any parents who want to know how to keep kids cyber safe and friendly.