New Book ‘The Digital Age’ Offers Great Insights on Today’s Concept of Parenting

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Author Rob Imperato shares the real challenges and effects.

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Our children do deserve to be happy, but from the core, not from the store.

With its great reliance on the internet, today’s society has truly reached an ever-evolving technological age that has made everything much easier and accessible. And yet despite all the advantages technology has to offer, many of today’s youth have developed and struggle with a depressed and confused outlook on life, which leaves parents wondering where they went wrong. In “The Digital Age” author Rob Imperato has written a truly eye-opening read that reveals the many factors leading to the younger generation’s sense of entitlement and lack of self-fulfillment. In the author’s own words, “Our children do deserve to be happy, but from the core, not from the store.”

“The Digital Age” is Rob Imperato’s ingenious new book on the concept of parenting. Imperato wrote this book not to give a negative or bleak outlook on how the current culture has evolved with the digital age but rather to show that the vast and rapid expansion of technology is a double-edged sword. Imperato share his perceptions and empathy for what many in our culture are experiencing, as well as to offer his own experiences not only as an adult but as a parent with small glimpses back to his own childhood, giving the book a personal feel. Most importantly, “The Digital Age” shares some of the experiences, concerns and challenges including that of Bullying, that many wonderful parents and children face in this highly and ever-evolving technological age.

“The Digital Age” offers readers an alternate way of thinking and the opportunity to see their experiences from a different perspective. It also identifies the generation gap between “digital immigrants,” those born before the invention of the Internet, and “digital natives,” those born during the digital age. Imperato raises thought-provoking questions for the reader to ponder and includes self- assessments that encourage self-reflection rather than self-criticism. And very diligently explains that there is no right or wrong when it comes to one’s personal feelings. “The Digital Age” is an empowering and enlightening quick read sprinkled with the right dose of anecdotes and light humor while maintaining a steadfast focus on the genuine issues that affect many living in the digital age.

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About the Author

Rob Imperato is a motivational speaker, workshop creator and facilitator, and, most passionately, a certified professional life coach. Now, Imperato can also add author to his list of acomplishments with the premiere of The Digital Age, his first book. He is the founder and CEO of Self-Empowerment Coaching, LLC, which Imperato created due to his passion for helping people help themselves; To create the positive change they truly want and experience that true sense of self-empowerment!

The Digital Age* by Rob Imperato
The Real Challenges and Effects on Children and Parents. Why are they (our adults-to-be) so unhappy?
Our children do deserve to be happy but from the core, not from the store.
Publication Date: March 19, 2014
Trade Paperback; $17.99; 112 pages; 9781493177967
Trade Hardback; $24.99; 112 pages; 9781493177950
e-book; $4.99; 9781493177974

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