Parenting is far from easy—especially in today's world of social networks and smartphones. These innovations, though a wonderful way of staying connected, can also make it more challenging for parents to keep up.
Sometimes, however, these advances can facilitate a positive part of parenting: helping you connect with new resources and learn important strategies for dealing with each day's kid-filled adventure.
This week, Mighty Mommy interviewed Mike Ruman, Founder and CEO, and Julie Hill, Producer, of Parenting Academy—a digital learning community "equipping moms and dads to be rock star parents" in this high-tech, cyber-accessible world, according to their website.
They discussed what it's like to maintain a positive parenting philosophy, and the ways in which the digital age has transformed parenting culture.
Listen to the episode to learn answers to these questions:
- What do Parenting Academy courses entail?
- What is 'Positive Parenting'?
- How has the Internet changed the way we parent?
- What does digital access say about parenting culture today?
- and much more!
If you’d like more information about the courses, visit ParentingAcademy.com.
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