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  • New Day Northwest King5 | NBC Seattle Affiliate | Keeping teens safe on social media & online gaming
    New Day Northwest King5 | NBC Seattle Affiliate | Keeping teens safe on social media & online gaming

    I share ways for parents to help keep their teens happy and healthy online, whether they’re diving into social media or online gaming. click here:  New Day Northwest Segment, Keeping teens safe on social media & online gaming More resources:   THE PARTS OF SOCIAL MEDIA PARENTS SHOULD BE AWARE OF  HOW TO PROTECT YOUR CHILD ON THEIR DEVICES [shareaholic app=”follow_buttons” id=”15471516″]

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  • Fox Q13 Segment | excessive Social Media use tied to suicidal thoughts in teens
    Fox Q13 Segment | excessive Social Media use tied to suicidal thoughts in teens

    Watching interview HERE Excerpt from article on Q13Fox.com Teen expert and youth advocate, Kacee Bree Jensen, will be on KCPQ. She will be sharing her tips on how to monitor your teens use of social media and popular cell phone apps. Jensen says to keep these things in mind if you have a teen or child who uses social media: Be aware of what your child is ready for Teach character on and off their devices Set up appropriate settings on your […]

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  • How to Help | 10 Ways to Be a Good Friend in Grief
    How to Help | 10 Ways to Be a Good Friend in Grief

    It is very awkward to be around someone going through grief of any kind. Even after the loss of my mom, I still find it hard to know how to be there for someone else going through a similar situation. Here are 10 ideas to help someone who is grieving: 1. Don’t share stories of your personal loss in an attempt to relate. You don’t need empathy to have sympathy. Just like when someone is pregnant and everyone loves to […]

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  • TeenSafe.com Article | Maintaing a Dialogue About Monitoring with Kacee Bree
    TeenSafe.com Article | Maintaing a Dialogue About Monitoring with Kacee Bree

    Excerpts from TeenSafe.com article  Today’s teenagers face a constant barrage of online threats that parents just one generation ago could have never imagined. The proliferation of smartphones, messaging apps, social media and the Internet have connected and empowered teens like never before. But many teens don’t fully respect or comprehend the consequences and degree of permanence that can result from mistakes made in the digital world. From sexting to cyberbullying, technology can get even the best kids into trouble that can […]

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  • IF I KNEW THEN WHAT I KNOW NOW_____   | Campaign | Answer and Share
    IF I KNEW THEN WHAT I KNOW NOW_____ | Campaign | Answer and Share

    How often do we look back at our lives and think if only I ……. then I would have……? This month I am asking you to FILL IN THE BLANK: IF I KNEW THEN WHAT I KNOW NOW_______________   *High School student, what would you say to the person starting Middle School Next year? *College student, what is your advice for the Freshmen in High School? *Adult, what would you say to teenagers and young adults? This is our opportunity to think […]

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  • Good Morning San Diego | What Parents of Teens Should Know about Social Media
    Good Morning San Diego | What Parents of Teens Should Know about Social Media

    Kacee Bree Jensen talks with Good Morning San Diego about parenting teens in a social media world.  What tools to use to keep your teenager safe on their devices. Click here for: How to Protect Your Teen on Their Devices and Social Media http://www.kusi.com   Please share to help others

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