Don’t Cover Up, Own Up

| from Lauren Roman | Have you noticed that a child who’s done something wrong can try to cover it up and/or escape responsibility without any training? If you haven’t,

Is A Tech Free Easter Possible? Yes!

Is a Tech Free Easter Possible? Yes!

| from Dr. Kathy Koch | Are friends and family going to spend time with you this weekend as you celebrate Easter? Great. Are you concerned that technology might get

Delay Is Not A Denial

| from Lauren Roman | Intellectually, we know delay and denial are two different things. Experientially, it’s easy to conflate the two. Human beings, as a whole, are not fond

Unplugging

| from Tina Hollenbeck | Five or six years ago, I was in the midst of deciding whether or not to allow my then-young-teen daughters to begin engaging in social

Comparison Trap: Stop Looking Around, Start Looking Up

| from Melissa Hannigan | We see it in toddlers. “He has a better toy than me and I want it!” Comparison and looking around to see how we measure

Follow, Following, Followers

| from Joyce Baker | This age of social media beckons us to ‘like,’ ‘follow,’ proclaim who we ‘like’ and/or ‘follow,’ and gain a ‘following.’ We live in a culture,