By this stage of the proceedings, the social networking site Facebook has become a ubiquitous presence in our lives and, more tellingly, in the lives of our kids. As its place in the culture further solidifies, however, Facebook is posing a number of quandaries for parents concerned about the safety and health of their children who use the site. There have been debates about what age is appropriate for kids to have their own Facebook accounts through whether it’s prudent for parents to ‘friend’ their kids. In many instances, there are no clear answers. Today, educational psychologist Michele Borba discussed some new research that highlights a link between social networking websites and anti-social, narcissistic behavior among its youngest users. Some of the findings are troubling. Parents, are you concerned about your children’s Facebook use? How do you keep tabs on their social networking activity? Have you noticed it affecting their behavior? Watch the video and share your thoughts in the comment section below.