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Keeping Your Family ‘Brain Healthy’ in an Always Connected World

There is now ample evidence that technology and our busy lives overly stimulate our brains. And most family members are immersed in technology all day long, often for hours on end without a break.

Keeping Your Family ‘Brain Healthy’ in an Always Connected World

There is now ample evidence that technology and our busy lives overly stimulate our brains. And most family members are immersed in technology all day long, often for hours on end without a break.

You Don’t Need a Digital Detox: You Just Need to Learn to Set Limits and Boundaries

A detox is an interesting idea but, quite honestly, it does not tackle the problem that our brain is often the culprit in setting up a feeling that we must constantly check in with our virtual worlds or we will miss out on something important.

You Don’t Need a Digital Detox: You Just Need to Learn to Set Limits and Boundaries

A detox is an interesting idea but, quite honestly, it does not tackle the problem that our brain is often the culprit in setting up a feeling that we must constantly check in with our virtual worlds or we will miss out on something important.

You Don’t Need a Digital Detox: You Just Need to Learn to Set Limits and Boundaries

A detox is an interesting idea but, quite honestly, it does not tackle the problem that our brain is often the culprit in setting up a feeling that we must constantly check in with our virtual worlds or we will miss out on something important.

Game Changers But Not Brain Changers

2013-01-18-TEDplayvideo.jpgWith technology evolving so rapidly and our brains remaining the same, we have to learn to covet our most prized possession — our humanware.

Game Changers But Not Brain Changers

2013-01-18-TEDplayvideo.jpgWith technology evolving so rapidly and our brains remaining the same, we have to learn to covet our most prized possession — our humanware.

Game Changers But Not Brain Changers

2013-01-18-TEDplayvideo.jpgWith technology evolving so rapidly and our brains remaining the same, we have to learn to covet our most prized possession — our humanware.

It’s Time to Be a Parent and Not a ‘Secret Diary Reader’: A Response to ‘Cyberparenting and the Risk of T.M.I.’

My suggestion is to be that unique parent that talks to your children about dangers and works with your child from a young age to build their trust. That way, when they receive a communication that makes them feel uncomfortable , they will talk to you, their parent, about it.

It’s Time to Be a Parent and Not a ‘Secret Diary Reader’: A Response to ‘Cyberparenting and the Risk of T.M.I.’

My suggestion is to be that unique parent that talks to your children about dangers and works with your child from a young age to build their trust. That way, when they receive a communication that makes them feel uncomfortable , they will talk to you, their parent, about it.

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