Do you ever wonder if it'll end?
The nonstop hamster wheel style chase you've been on trying to keep up with good apps for your child versus the big, bad ones?
The chase. The worry. The relief in finding an app okay enough to say "yes" to that you haven't seen even a trace of it mentioned by your friends on Facebook.
And then, one day, while you're innocently sipping your latte in your LuLaRoe's, scrolling through Facebook, you see it — again.
The indignant cries of, "that's why my child isn't online yet." #TskTsk
The heartbreaking story of another child making another mistake on another app.
Only this time?
It's the app you said, "yes" to.
Your tummy is absolutely sinking and your heart is definitely pounding louder than before. Not even a unicorn LuLaRoe could make this one better.
I have news for you:
It'll happen again.
Snapchat has been in the hotseat for forever.
Instagram is being blamed for a whole lot of heartache.
Even Roblox has been in the (bad) news.
Which is why you can't afford to keep making this mistake:
Focusing on bad apps instead of good skills.
This is exactly what we're going to cover today.