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How to Keep Your Kids Safe Online

Keeping our kids safe is a parent's most important job. We all lock our doors at night, keep dangerous things in the house out of reach, and tell our kids to wear a helmet on a bike ride. But how can parents keep their kids safe online? It can be hard to do... 

But that's why we've partnered with Bark!

Partner Spotlight: Bark! The easy way to keep kids safe online.

The internet has become a necessity, even for our kids. And with more apps and screen time than ever before, it can feel like a full-time job staying on top of what our kids are seeing on their phones, and who they are talking to. Check out what Bark learned about what our kids are coming across:

Parents can't possibly be aware of everything their kids are seeing online, and that's why Bark created the best online protection service for parents. Bark's award-winning app is the easiest way to protect your kids online without taking away their freedom. Your kids won't even know Bark is there.

All you have to do is connect your child's phone and social media accounts to your Bark account, and you'll be notified if your child encounters content you feel is inappropriate, cyber-bullying, online predators, and even mental health indicators such as depression, self-harm, and suicidal ideation. Bark works for all of the following apps:

Bark is making the internet a safer place for our kids, and helping parents have open dialogue with their kids about how to navigate the web well. 

We encourage you to check out Bark and use it with your kids to keep them safer online.

Tap the button below to visit their website.

7-day free trial. $14 per month after that. Cancel anytime - no contract.

Esteem partnered with Bark because it is an essential tool to help parents keep their kids safe online, and they're helping parents catch mental health issues before they become more significant. We hope that if you need help, Bark can be a resource for you and give you peace of mind. 


Donna :)

P.S.: If you haven't checked in on your child's mental and emotional health in a while, we encourage you to do so! Use Esteem to help navigate anything your child might be experiencing.

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