Does the online world know a little too much about your child? And are you the reason why?
Posting your daughter's honor roll status on Facebook seems innocent enough. You're proud. Your friends and family can bask in her glory. Everyone's a winner, right?
Maybe not, says Austin, Texas-based psychologist Larry Bugen, whose new book, "Stuck on Me: Missing You … Getting Past Self-Absorption to Find Love"
(The American College of Forensic Examiners, $19.95), warns that crafting an online image for our children may set them up for a life of self-absorption and undermine their ability to relate to others. "When does a healthy interest in yourself start morphing into self-absorption and eventually into full-blown narcissism?" he asks. We chatted with Bugen about child-rearing in our connected world.
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