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Posted on March 2, 2015 at 10:14 am

Do You Know Enough About Cyberbullying to Protect Your Children?

For far too many parents, cyberbullying is a term they have heard but don’t quite understand. Parents can relate to and understand bullying on its own. It’s something they likely experienced or saw first-hand when they were kids and teenagers. But cyberbullying, which grows and evolves every day, is something most parents have never witnessed.  Continue Reading »

Posted on February 26, 2015 at 4:46 pm

Table Talk Topic: Helping Your Teen Avoid Risky Online Behavior

Stopping your child from engaging in risky online behavior may start with one thing — a good dinner table discussion. A recent study by Prof. Gustavo Mesch, a doctoral student in the Department of Sociology and Anthropology at the University of Haifa, found that adolescents were less likely to engage in risky online behavior when  Continue Reading »

Posted on February 24, 2015 at 4:11 pm

Building a Safer Twitter with Improved Tools to Report Cyberbullying

Twitter is fighting against cyberbullying by upping their game when it comes to user protection.  The social media platform recently made changes to make it easier to report cyberbullying, harassment, and spamming. Changes to Twitter Reporting and Blocking Features Twitter has decreased the amount of information needed to report a user and made the process  Continue Reading »

Posted on February 18, 2015 at 3:10 pm

Preparing Your Teen Driver to Hit the Road

Getting a driver’s license can be one of the best days ever for a teen. However, it may not feel that way for parents. Teenage driving is a dangerous activity that parents are naturally concerned about. But with the right tools and preparation, parents can help instill driving habits that will keep their teens safe on the road.  Continue Reading »

Posted on February 17, 2015 at 4:59 pm

Pup Rescue: Stranded Sea Lion Pups On the Rise Along the Southern California Coast

For the second time in as many weeks MamaBear CEO, Suzanne Horton, came to the rescue of a sea lion pup stranded on the beach in Southern California. With the help of the California Wildlife Center, a mostly volunteer organization that helps rescue and rehabilitate all kinds of wildlife across the area, this little sea  Continue Reading »

Posted on February 13, 2015 at 1:52 pm

Pup Rescued: Want to Help Save Starving Sea Lion Pups?

MamaBear CEO, Suzanne Horton, came to the rescue of a sea lion pup stranded on the beach yesterday while on her early morning walk. There have been a higher than normal number of the typically malnourished pups coming ashore this year for reasons that wildlife experts are not clear on. The MamaBear executive helped rescue  Continue Reading »

Posted on February 10, 2015 at 5:32 pm

Time Is Running Out for Health Insurance Open Enrollment Deadline

The deadline for open enrollment for individual health care coverage is quickly approaching. If you and your family are not enrolled in an insurance program for 2015, it’s time to sign up to prevent tax penalties as mandated by ObamaCare. We take our job to protect families serious and making sure you’re covered is important  Continue Reading »

Posted on February 6, 2015 at 12:13 pm

Gaming Tips to Keep Kids Safe Online

Gaming has evolved from a single-player, one console experience to an interconnected network of millions of players and thousands of downloadable games. With such a broad reach and level of connectivity, online gaming is something that parents need to understand and regulate in order to keep their children playing safely. Know the Platforms Parents should  Continue Reading »

Posted on February 3, 2015 at 12:36 pm

Cyberbullying Is Now a Parent’s Greatest Fear, Survey Says

If you are worried that your child could become a victim of cyberbullying, you aren’t alone. According to an article published by The Windsor Star, parents are now more concerned about cyberbullying than any other youth problem. In a survey, backed by Canadian telecommunications provider Primus, almost half of parents said they were concerned about cyberbullying (48%). Parents  Continue Reading »

Posted on February 1, 2015 at 12:11 pm

Georgia Court Says Parents Can Be Liable For Kids Facebook Posts

Parents are more responsible for their child’s social media activity than they may think. A recent story on TechDirt.com recounts a Georgia lawsuit in which two parents were sued because of what their child did on social media. Their son was caught cyberbullying and suspended from school after he created a malicious, fake Facebook profile that depicted another student with distorted  Continue Reading »


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