Many parents see the dangers that online content can cause for their kids, but few realize that screen time itself can be just as harmful.
Online predators are tricky and persuasive, so kids have a hard time recognizing the danger. How can we teach our children to be safe online?
As parents, how can we encourage less screen time for our children? What alternatives can we offer to boost their development?
The early years are critical in the development of a child’s brain. Parents should know about the harmful effects of too much screen time for toddlers.
In our technology-driven society, screen time replaces much of the time families used to spend together. How do we balance it with face-to-face interaction?
Trust is so important in a marriage, but what can you do if you suspect your spouse is struggling with online temptation?
Although there is no magic age, you will have a better understanding if your child is ready to have a phone by asking some specific questions.
The internet-connected world grows every day. Did you know that over a dozen consumer electronics can connect to the internet and share content online?
Web filters have their place, but don’t put too much trust in them. Here are three big limitations of any internet filtering software.
Technology has made it so easy for kids to engage in dangerous behavior that can go unnoticed by parents. What can a mom or dad do?