As parents, we face our own parenting struggles. Sometimes, we need help and help can come in the form of an app, but how much help is too much?
The old adage goes, "spare the rod, spoil the child". You can spare the rod, but sometimes it’s better to talk to them about their feelings instead.
Before pointing fingers at junior's screen addiction, we should evaluate our own device use first.
Helping your child overcome anxiety is a collaborative effort. It involves family support and possibly effective clinical treatment.
The pervasiveness of technology necessitates that we use technology itself to counter its misuse. This tool comes in the form of parental control applications.
Smartphones have improved the quality of our lives. But when we fall prey to smartphone addiction, Cybercriminals can thrive off of that addiction.
It's not something your child would definitely like or agree on, but sometimes, blocking apps have to be done.
To curb your child's boredom, often times, we end up showing them a video on our phones. But should that always be the case?
What happens to your child's cognitive and social development when their love for the screens turns into an addiction?
Cyberloafing impedes your work performance and costs industries billions of dollars annually. In order to stop it, we need to understand the whats and whys of the phenomenon.