Monthly Archives: February 2014

Career women cheat more frequently

donnacarrieraAre we sure that to betray are only the men? It’s a question asked by many from long time. A discussion that, in fact, has never found confirmations, at least until the investigation has not started to affect the companies. Despite a sort of innate tradition speaks of more infidelity on the part of the men, it seems that it isn’t just so for career women always busy and away from home for a long time.

Those who usually carry out sectoral analyzes within companies have no doubt: the women who have more power decide more freely of their lives and if they get tired of the partner, don’t hesitate, with or without regret, to get rid of him, or at least , to “try another one”.
To be interested about this thorny affair that goes on from years, are the researchers of the Tilburg University, in the Netherlands. From their observations, it seems that regardless of gender, people who hold positions of power are more prone to betrayal.

May be for this reason that have grown the sales of spy phone, special phones that allow you to know all the telephone traffic of the “spied” person, the position and also allow you to listen what is happening around the telephone device. A control at 360° used more frequently by men (and women too) who have misgivings about the behavior of the partner. At work as in their free time.

In this sense, then, men cannot feel safe, but certainly not even the women, given that the top positions are almost always assigned to the male sex. In the study, the team involved more than 1,500 professionals, noting that the propensity to be unfaithful is very dependent by the levels of power and self-esteem of individuals, both men and women. So more one get high positions and less he becomes reliable.


How monitor your teen’s online activity

bambini-e-internetThere are many stories of teenagers in which the use of the PC becomes a dangerous weapon. It makes you think that the problem is not just the technology. But the loneliness that turns into fear and moves them away from the real world. They aren’t really useful the buttons for the reporting of abuse, introduced by and Twitter, after the controversy in the newspapers. You send an email to protest and quite often nothing happens. And the petitions are useless, like the one carried out by some parents who have called for the closure of If you close it, tomorrow is born another. And you cannot even pretend to delegate the security policy of adolescents. So parents have only a road. Be careful. And make even more. Protect them.
By installing small control tools, invisible to the user and therefore not limiting for those who use your computer. Through these, you can check what is typed or posted and shared before it’s too late. So explain to them that it isn’t a “like” or a post on Facebook to determine what we are worth. But above all that insult someone hiding behind an anonymous profile is a cowardly behavior.

Once guaranteed a total security, you can work more calmly with the teens. In fact control what teenagers do online isn’t easy. Every day born new social networks and digital applications. But for the parents, to pay attention to the digital education of children is an imperative. Here are some advices to avoid that our children becoming victims of cyberbullying or be transformed into active subjects of this practice.
1 . First, it’s a good practice to introduce a system of total control that allows you to know in every times what is happening online.
2 . Keep the family computer in the living room or in a common environment so that you can use it together. Regarding the mobile phone, however, not transforming it into a transgression but limit the use. Using remote monitoring software which allows to know in real time what happening, with who are in contact , and especially if some danger is lurking.
3. Give a good example, don’t use in every moment your smartphone or the laptop. Don’t demonize social networks and devices. Rather try to set a good example by using them in a conscious manner and respect your privacy and your children.
4. Teach them how to defend themselves from attack online. And put them on guard about the risks of spreading in network the details of his personal life.
5. Talk to him/her about cyberbullying and explain that it isn’t something real. But virtual. In the case, report abuse to teachers, authorities and managers of social networks. You can ask for a psychological support for the child.
6. If your child spends too many hours with the phone or the computer, there may be something wrong. So it becomes extremely necessary to control them without being seen to monitor what is really happening. One of the indicators can be isolating. Don’t want go to school and don’t want to see anyone is one of the first warning signs of the victims of cyberbullying.