the Swedish prince Carl Philip and his wife have written a guide on social media in rotating the children to the parents. The guide bears the name of Handbok för nätföräldrar. The book tell the parents the online looming dangers.
in Sweden, the guide is sent to all homes with children to complete this year 10. Also available is the online version. The book teaches in detail the safe internet use and social etiquette. The guide has told, for example, the Daily Mail.
guides his prince couple tell, for example, the lower end of the picture, which children can online get. The guide recalled that the number of children you would like to discuss online the things that he saw with his parents.
Many, however, may think that the parents understand. Children and teenagers are stressful, and parents may not be idea the stress of reason, the guide says. The book's aim is to get parents to understand children's everyday life.
Completely independently of prince Carl Philip and princess Sofia do not have the book written. The guide is born in collaboration with a children's rights organisation BRIS, with. The guide also helps to identify cyberbullying and give instructions on survival.
Guide advice for parents in difficult situations. In the book, also open to the children of acronyms.sweden's prince Carl Philip next to him, princess Sofia. A couple to have in 2016 and 2017 born son. ZUMAWIRE/MVPHOTOS