Ronae Jull, The Parenting Hope Coach, Forges Partership With TrueCare To Help With Cyberbullying
05/08/2012

Ronae Jull, a parenting hope coach who specializes in helping parents, announces a partnership with TrueCare. TrueCare is a cloud-based program that can monitor children online and keep them safe from online bullying.

Online PR News – 08-May-2012 – SEATTLE, WA – Parenting hope coach, Ronae Jull, recently teamed up with TrueCare in an effort to help parents protect their children from cyberbullying. TrueCare is a cloud-based program that helps parents monitor their child's online activities.

The service will scour a child's online activity, photos, games and more. The service has a list of more than 1000 keywords about alcohol, drugs, sex, bullying or violence. It also keeps track of any new friends and whether they're adults or people outside a child's network of friends. Parents are instantly notified if any of these red flags arise. Although many parents believe that their children are safe if the parent is a Facebook friend or Twitter follower, the truth is that it's very easy for children to create a private group that parents aren't allowed to access.

Ive helped families through all types of issues. Im not afraid to tackle the tough issues and wont sugar coat reality as I see it. However I think its important to offer my clients practical solutions -- by the time theyve come to me theyre usually desperate for help. I hear the relief in their voices when they realize that someone is able to help them transform their family and thats why I continue to do what I do.

To highlight the new partnership, Jull recently published a blog post about what else parents can do to help a child who is being bullied. Some of her tips include believing the child, stepping up and handling it without assuming the school or other authorities will, finding a solution to help that won't embarrass the child and more. To learn more about Jull's tips parents can use to protect children from bullying, please visit http://ronaejull.com/2012/04/03/bully-the-movie-and-how-to-protect-your-teens-from-bullying/.

"Parenting teens is hard work. Today's teens are under a number of new and unique pressures that parents can't begin to anticipate. There are millions of bullies working on sites such as Facebook, Twitter, MySpace, Bebo and YouTube and parents can't possibly monitor every single site daily. I'm passionate about protecting kids from bullying and stopping bullying in its tracks and that's why I believe in TrueCare. More than 13 million kids will be bullied this year -- don't let your child become one of them," said parenting hope coach Jull (http://ronaejull.com/).

Hope coaching from Jull offers parents short term skills and long term changes that parents can use for a number of tough parenting problems. In addition to bullying, Jull can help parents deal with issues such as teen sex and sexuality, unhealthy eating habits, co-parenting issues, dysfunctional educational systems and more. All coaching is done via Skype, by phone or through email.

"I've helped families through all types of issues. I'm not afraid to tackle the tough issues and won't sugar coat reality as I see it. However, I think it's important to offer my clients practical solutions -- by the time they've come to me they're usually desperate for help. I hear the relief in their voices when they realize that someone is able to help them transform their family and that's why I continue to do what I do," said Jull.

About Ronae Jull:
Ronae Jull is a mom of four grown children and a grandma of three. She persisted in spite of an abusive and isolated childhood, but admits that joy wasn't instant. Her experience helped her become a parenting hope coach and she knows how to reach out to someone who is lost in the darkness. Jull has found great success in helping parents with teens who are going through a difficult time. If your family is having problems with bullying, including cyberbullying, teen sex, co-parenting issues, dysfunctional educational systems and bad attitudes, hope coaching might be able to help. To receive free tips for parenting teens, visit http://ronaejull.com/ and sign up for Jull's Hope Notes.

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