Love and Logic® Embraces Social Media

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Do you know anyone who is not active on Facebook, Twitter, or another social media website? With the popularity of social media, Love and Logic recently felt the need to establish a presence on Facebook and Twitter in order to engage current and potential supporters.

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The response has been overwhelmingly positive in respect to parents, teachers and other adults sharing ideas on how to raise their kids and students to become responsible, caring adults.

Do you know anyone who is not active on Facebook, Twitter, or another social media website? With the popularity of social media, Love and Logic recently felt the need to establish a presence on Facebook and Twitter in order to engage current and potential supporters.

Facebook and Twitter are great platforms for Love and Logic to provide additional resources for parents and teachers. Followers can post comments and questions and receive replies and answers from other followers and Love and Logic representatives. Parents and teachers are able to receive real-time information and share ideas and solutions to problems.

According to Jon Florey, Executive Director of the Love and Logic Institute, Inc., “The response has been overwhelmingly positive in respect to parents, teachers and other adults sharing ideas on how to raise their kids and students to become responsible, caring adults. It’s truly amazing to see how these social media outlets have become a critical source of support for our customers and fans. The Love and Logic team is humbled everyday by the feedback we get via these channels and the community that it has helped us build. We hope our fans know how much we appreciate them, because without them there isn’t a community, online or offline.”

To become part of their social media sites, search for Love and Logic on Facebook and Twitter or visit http://www.loveandlogic.com for more information.

Love and Logic Institute, Inc. is dedicated to making parenting and teaching fun and rewarding, instead of stressful and chaotic. They provide practical tools and techniques that help adults achieve respectful, healthy relationships with their children. All of their work is based on a psychologically sound parenting and teaching philosophy called Love and Logic®. For more information visit loveandlogic.com.

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