A wise parent will always know more about social media than their children.
Technology & Entertainment
Navigating the delicate balance between keeping your kids safe and respecting their growing need for independence isn’t always easy, especially in today’s digital world.
Too much screen use in the bedroom is a big part of why teens don’t get enough sleep.
Exposing your infant to screens too early disrupts their growing ability to read and interpret faces – a key element to their developing social skills.
Where do we begin with horror movies? Sometimes staying away completely from the horror genre is best for our families and kids. Yet, with an appropriate and healthy perspective, there can be valuable lessons within some of the darkest places.
Phones are everywhere these days. Knowing how to approach phone time for your kids can be tricky. But here are some strategies for how to create a healthy environment for your kids.
Our long-term goal as parents is to raise children who will practice self-control and manage technology well on their own.
The metaverse presents an interesting situation for parents. With its introduction, the line between real and virtual is growing blurrier by the day. That’s why it’s important for parents to have a good understanding of boundaries for your family.
As our kids grow up, they begin to ask more questions about the world. Unless you or your spouse is a scientist, these questions can often leave you feeling like you don’t have the “right” answer. Explore how the intersection between science and faith can guide your conversations about potentially difficult topics.
Gambling is usually a hidden addiction, so parents must watch for clues. Learn more about how to help your child with a gambling addiction.