This article offers strategies for parents who are concerned about the human impact of technology on their children. Some key ideas include: Quality is more important than quantity when it comes to determining the value of time spent online. Parents should allow their kids a chance to develop self-regulation skills when online. They should also go online with kids at a young age to help them learn to navigate digital spaces. Additionally, parents should encourage schools to talk about the emotional effects of digital life in the classroom and encourage kids to find spaces online where they can connect with others, rather than compare themselves with others.