Viral Parenting: A Guide to Setting Boundaries, Building Trust, and Raising Responsible Kids in an Online World

Mindy McKnight, YouTube’s favorite mom, shares the tools parents need to keep kids safe in their online lives–and shows how to create stronger family relationships as they do.

A cross between Jen Hatmaker and Rosalind Wiseman, VIRAL PARENTING is a guide to raising responsible, safe, and communicative kids in the digital world. Mindy shares practical tools for having honest conversations with kids of all ages about privacy, bullying, respectfulness, and family time, while emphasizing the importance of trust and open communication. These strategies are timeless–whether applied to texting, snapping, Facebooking, kiking, or whatever social media platforms await us in the future, this book is ultimately about teaching children about personal responsibility and safety.

Mindy shares practical tools for creating family rules for kids of all ages about privacy, bullying, respectfulness, and family time, while emphasizing the importance of trust and open communication. Using family contracts, guided conversations, device checks, and respectful but firm oversight, the McKnights have raised a close knit family and navigated the complexity of being world-wide internet celebrities with grace. McKnight will show any parent of any child or teen how that’s done–setting non-negotiable guidelines and offering a savvy perspective toward privacy that audience have been begging for.

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3 Comments

Anonymous on April 9, 2019 at 2:23 PM.

Helpful for anyone! The topics in this book are so important and necessary to talk about more frequently for anybody! I am a millennial in my mid 20s, not even close to being a parent, but I knew I had to order this book because I wanted it to help me understand the perspective of the generation that’s never grown up without social media, and how to help them deal with that when you haven’t experienced it yourself. This book definitely kick starts the digital parenting conversation, and I think there’s ton to…

Anonymous on April 9, 2019 at 2:29 PM.

YOU’LL LOVE THIS! I’m 19 years old and not a mom.

Anonymous on April 9, 2019 at 2:35 PM.

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