As a parent, how can you set the optimum level of screen time your child is allowed in a day?
Here, we examine the truth of whether, and how, smart devices affect our mental health.
The digital age has pushed bullying into the online realm, where the reach of bullies can be extended to anytime and any place.
You’re lying down in bed, about to turn in for the night, and you reach for your phone to scroll through social media… For an hour or two. Does this bedtime routine sound familiar?
Look up, and look around you: How many people wearing glasses do you see?
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.