A new survey of 2000 mums and dads with school-age children found overwhelming agreement: It’s harder than ever to let kids be kids.
Sharing trauma without permission, in an inappropriate place and time, to someone who may not have the capacity to process it. That’s trauma dumping.
Kids sharing their deepest, darkest secrets with sympathetic strangers online? What could possibly go wrong?
Digital parenting styles are a definite thing - and in a world where online learning is here to stay, the style you adopt is more important than ever.
Instagram can be dangerous territory for vulnerable teen girls. But you can ensure a healthier experience with these expert tips.
They say a picture is worth a thousand words. But which words may not always be clear … especially when it comes to teens and emojis.
How much screen-time is “just right” for your child? Applying the Goldilocks Principle to children’s device use means figuring out where their individual sweet spot lies: not too much, not too little, but just right.
The automated message “this call may be recorded for training purposes” is all too familiar to most of us. But few are aware that those words conceal a darker purpose - or that an Orwellian revolution in voice-profiling is just around the ...
In a new book, a leading psychiatrist argues we are all addicts now - with the smartphone the “modern-day hypodermic needle.” Are there ways to get clean without becoming a total tech hermit? You bet!