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Teens and Technology

Teens and Technology

Attempting to shield our kids from all of the temptations of the digital age is unrealistic. Doing so also leaves them unprepared to handle such temptations when we aren't there to protect them.

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Never before have parents been forced to navigate such an unfamiliar landscape. Allowing them to roam the digital landscape without proper supervision and limits is also unwise.

In this timely audio, Charles and Jim Fay provide realistic answers to questions, such as:

  • How much privacy teens should have?
  • is it a parent's right/responsibility to monitor their teen's technology use?
  • At what age should children be allowed to have a phone?
  • Are electronic parental controls the answer?
  • Is it okay to take away your child's phone, tablet or computer?
  • How can we help kids cope with cyber bullying?
  • Is it really possible for kids to become addicted to video games, social networking, etc.?

by Charles Fay, Ph.D. and Jim Fay
Audio, 60 min.

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Age Teens

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Excellent tips

Punkie's Mom/July 18, 2017

Rating

Teens and Technology provides practical advice for setting limits with smart phones, apps, video games, and the Internet, including how to avoid cyber bullying. The friendly conversation between Jim and Charles Fey, father and son, provides a warm and non-threatening approach to the subject. They also have a couple of teens speaking about their experiences with technology and limits vs. no limits. One of the most helpful statements I heard for talking about technology with my family is, "We can have technology in our home as long as it doesn't interfere with our having a happy, loving family." When I heard that, I realized that was the issue I was struggling with! This very straightforward way of expressing a desire--and expressing the problem when technology interferes with that desire--dispels the angst that had been building in our household. We have since put a "family contributions" list on our refrigerator. Our child gets to choose two tasks a day from this list to earn smart phone time. I can't thank you enough for providing such simple, helpful, loving, and logical tools!