About the author:
Joanna Jullien is a former technology executive and mother to two grown sons. She is the founder of the parenting and education resource, Banana Moments Foundation (dedicated to help parents learn how to build trust and communicate discipline with cyber-powered kids), as well as the writer of the Sacramento Cyber Safety column for Examiner.com.
As an author, educator, and speaker, Jullien has advised countless families on how to strengthen the parent-child relationship in a high-tech world. She earned her bachelor’s degree in social and cultural anthropology from U.C. Berkeley, where her honors thesis about corporate culture was awarded the Kroeber Prize.
Jullien is a founding member and active partner with the Coalition for Placer Youth, a grassroots organization dedicated to youth substance abuse education and prevention. She has partnered with Therapeutic Solutions 360 in Roseville, California, to offer workshops and private training for parents.
She can be reached by email at Jullien@surewest.net, on Twitter @CyberParenting, or on Facebook under "Banana Moments."
Fresh Start:Family Culture Builder for Household Executives
How to Maintain Open Parent-Child Communication in a Cyber-Powered World
Joanna Marie Jullien
We live in a fast-paced technological world, constantly connected in ways we never have been before. But just as computers, smartphones, and digital devices have opened up the lines of communication and made everyday tasks easier, they also pose a host of new challenges to parents and families.
How much screen time is too much?
What do I tell my child about online bullying?
How can we build a relationship of open trust and communication as a family?
These are just some of the topics addressed in Fresh Start Family Culture Builder for Household Executives, a parenting guide written specifically for today’s hyper-connected world. While building an understanding of the current technology-based culture, it encourages parents to establish a foundation of trust and security through smart boundary setting and discover new ways to deal with the unique issues children may face while navigating the online landscape.
The result is a simple and effective guide to strengthening your family relationships and empowering kids to be capable and thoughtful users of modern technology in an era buzzing with countless distractions. Fresh Start promotes trust and communication to keep children safe from online bullies, predators, and other sources of anxiety for modern families.
- Publication Date:
- 0692450262 / 9780692450260
- Page Count:
- Binding Type:
- US Trade Paper
- Trim Size:
- 8.5" x 11"
- Black and White
- Related Categories:
- Family & Relationships / Parenting / General