Nameless Shares Strategies For Raising Kids In The Social Media Age

Musician Nameless discussed how he guides his children through the challenges of online negativity in a recent interview.

“As a public figure, I’m very protective of my family,” Nameless admitted. “We have open conversations with our kids about online negativity and the fact that not everyone will be supportive.”

He emphasizes the importance of preparing children for the realities of social media.

“We coach them to understand concepts like hate and criticism. They know that even with my success, there will be negativity.”

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Nameless acknowledges managing his children’s social media access. “For now, their accounts are on our phones. We monitor their activity and help them navigate online interactions.” He clarifies, “This monitoring is for their own good, and we explain that to them.”

Drawing a parallel to his career, Nameless sees parenting as a form of coaching.

“Just like preparing for a performance, we prepare them for both positive and negative experiences online. This helps them develop resilience.”

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He encourages other parents, “Equip your children to handle criticism. Overprotecting them can hinder their ability to navigate challenges later in life.”

By openly discussing online negativity and fostering resilience, Nameless highlights a valuable approach to raising children in the digital age.

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Dennis Elnino

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