In 2013, the word of the year was "selfie," but I believe the word of the decade, of this social era, is share. We are always sharing -- be it recipes, fashion tips, reviews, or vacation highlights. You name it, and my bet is someone has shared it! That's especially true for parents. It's part of the job description, after all. Parents share the good, the silly, and the tragic. However, despite our instincts to be open books, it's actually true there are things parents should never share about their kids online.
Last month, Wendy Williams went on national TV and said her 13-year-old teenage son doesn't like her. She was clearly in pain, and the confession was emotional for her and her audience. But as much as Wendy may have felt like the victim in her situation, by doing what she did, she made a victim of her son with her own words and her grief. If Wendy Williams had come to my house and cried on my shoulder, I would have poured her a glass of wine and commiserated with her overRead More »from 8 Things Parents Should Never Share About Their Kids Online