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Every day millions of people log onto Facebook to connect with friends. Each time we do this we are creating and reinforcing habits. We have routines for checking news from friends, looking up birthdays and family updates. When the interface of Facebook was changed in 2011 there was widespread condemnation. We are, in short, creatures of habit. Habits may help us to carry out our daily routine but they often cause us trouble, from unhealthy eating and smoking, to poor study skills and work routines. We've all experienced that endless frustration when we try to kick a bad habit.

My Parents Are Out Of Control

Louis doesn't think much of it when his mum and dad ask him for tips on how to be cool. In fact, he thinks it's pretty funny watching them bump fists and use words like 'safe', 'sick' and 'wicked'. Until Dad turns up outside Louis's new school dressed like a rapper, that is . . . Suddenly they're trying to friend Louis and all his classmates on Facebook, and wearing baseball caps backwards - IN PUBLIC. Louis and his best friend Maddy are horrified. Mum and Dad have taken things too far . . . and immediate action is needed!

Talking Back to Facebook

Now, more than ever , parents need help in navigating their kids' online, media-saturated lives. Jim Steyer, founder and CEO of Common Sense Media, the nation's leading kidsand- media organization, and the father of four children, knows that many parents and teachersunlike their technology-savvy kidsmay be tourists in the online world.

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Facebook Me!: A Guide to Having Fun with Your Friends and Promoting Your Projects on Facebook

So you've heard about Facebook-maybe your friends have invited you to join or it's the hot topic around the water cooler-but you're not sure what it's all about. Relax and join in. There are more than 110 million members of Facebook these days, and adults are the fastest-growing segment of users. And it's about more than just kid stuff; Facebook can actually be a good business tool as well as a great way to promote creative projects.

Talking Back to Facebook: The Common Sense Guide to Raising Kids in the Digital Age

A smart, urgently needed book that helps parents and their kids navigate today's online landscape--from the founder and CEO of the nation's leading authority on kids and the media. Is my kid a cyberbully? Does online privacy exist for children? When should kids be allowed to use Facebook? Should preteens have cell phones? Did the Internet give my child ADHD? Should I ban violent video games? Now, more than ever, parents need help in navigating their kids' online, media-saturated lives.

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