Many kids and teens today are being influenced by things they see on social media. While it has it’s good sides, social media can also cause your child to compare themselves with others. John and Danny share how you can encourage your child to be more outward focused in a world driven by screens. Featuring …
If you’re intentional and purposeful, you can use social media to honor marriage and promote positive messages about it.
Would you like more meaningful connection with your teens? Keep reading to learn more about how it’s important to spend face-to-face time with your teens, outside of screen time.
Is there really a path to online fame and easy money for our kids?
Now, more than ever, we need to be mindful of our screens and how we use them. We should always be their masters—and never let them be masters over us.
Parents need to be aware of dangerous social media challenges – such as the new Outlet Challenge – and should take steps to minimize the impact on their kids.
The average adult in the U.S. spends 11 hours and 27 minutes per day interacting with media. There’s not a lot of time left for face-to-face interaction.
Have social media become a time waster that is interfering with your relationship with your spouse? Consider disconnecting.
The Predictable Risks and Surprising Benefits of Family Media Use. What is the role of media in your family’s daily life?
Before she was a teenager, Chelsea* had a cell phone. She also had her own bedroom complete with a TV and a computer with Internet access. As she continued growing up into a young teen, she made regular salon visits and had an artificial tan that made her look much older than she was. By …