Posts Tagged "tech"

9 ways to deal with the end-of-summer blues

For many of us, winter blues pale in contrast of the end-of-summer doldrums. Many parents, myself included, don’t want to even think about how life will change dramatically in just 14 days.

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8 guidelines for managing screen use this summer

 

Parents should be concerned about the amount of time their kids spend using screens, especially during the summer months when kids look for easy entertainment to relieve restlessness and boredom. Studies have found 8- to 18-year-olds are using technology significantly more than the two hours per day recommended by the American Academy of Pediatrics.

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10 Ways to be More Connected in 2016

If nothing else New Year’s resolutions offer people a moment of pause to consider how they can improve their lives in the coming year. As many of you contemplate what your resolutions will be, I urge you to consider choosing resolutions that focus on prioritizing connecting with others and modeling this for your children. Studies suggest that the most successful children are ones with the ability to show empathy for others and human connection is the foundation of empathy.

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6 tips for giving the gift of technology

Contrary to what you might think, screens are still the No. 1 holiday item on kids’ lists this holiday season. Trendy novelties, like hoverboards and drones, trail behind demands for iPhones, tablets, gaming systems and computers. And with homework requiring technology and the Web, parents often feel pressure to succumb to their child’s technology requests.

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Face Time Vs. Screen Time: The Technological Impact on Communication

6417Dr. Kate Roberts discusses the impact of technology overuse with Deseret News. Article by Chandra Johnson.

Marc Brackett didn’t become the director of Yale University’s Center for Emotional Intelligence out of curiosity about emotions.
He got there after being bullied in school, followed by years of therapy.

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