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The Stepmom Coach Podcast
Your stepchild comes home with a smartphone, one that you didn't approve of. What are some of the things you can do to help your kids stay safe will taking on the responsibility or technology.
During our interview, Lisa shared some great resources that we want to share with you:
The book "iRules" by Janelle Burley Hoffman which shows one Mom's technology contract that went viral. It's a great read! https://www.amazon.com/iRules-Tech-Healthy-Selfies-Sexting-Growing/dp/1623363527
Janelle's iRules website makes creating your own customized tech contract easy http://www.irules.co/builder/
Wait before 8th Facebook page (a movement to wait until 8th grade to give kids a smartphone) https://www.facebook.com/waituntil8th/
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Claudette Chenevert, known as The Stepmom Coach works with stepmoms who are struggling to create a cohesive family life. Claudette, a Master Certified Stepfamily Foundation Coach helps stepmoms build and create strong and healthy stepfamilies by helping stepmoms focus on what they want as a woman, a partner and a parent.
Claudette has over 30 years of experience as a stepmom and 36 years as a mother. She understands what it’s like to be in your shoes and teaches the best strategies to make life as a stepmom more harmonious.
Claudette offers online support groups, self-study stepmom programs, and one-on-one coaching. Claudette also writes for Stepmom Magazine, has a blog and speaks on parenting platforms. Her book The Stepmom's Book of Boundaries: How and Where to Draw the Line --for a Happier, Healthier Stepfamily? is available on Amazon, https://amzn.to/2DawHnZ
For more information of programs and service, go to https://www.stepmomcoach.com
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Lisa Honold is an Online Safety Advocate who is passionate about keeping kids safe online. She teaches parents, educators and organizations how to be the guard rails on the information superhighway by setting up boundaries for kids online. She's a positive discipline parent educator and is in-the-trenches as a parent to three digital natives of her own. You can find her at www.ParentingDigitalNatives.comhttps://www.facebook.com/ParentingDigitalNatives/