“If done correctly, this intervention can produce deeper sleep, a brighter mood, better focus and organization, and an increase in physical activity.”
“But here’s the reality… a snapshot will never tell our whole story.”
“Within a week Isaiah was making better eye contact, was becoming more social and interacting with us more, and playing with his toys.”
“I know I shouldn’t gauge my parenting on whether or not my home is clean, but I do. I’m always apologizing for the mess, and I don’t like visitors to come over unexpectedly.”
“I was all set for my meeting with the student that missed more than 30 classes this semester and emailed me to set up an appointment to talk about his grade.”
“I spent 90 mins with the police as they tried to determine if it was photographing and distribution of pornographic material.”
Tweens’ brains are simply too immature to use social media appropriately.
A 2016 study noted we touch our cell phones 2,617 times a day.
“The lesson here is not that social media or violent video games lead to suicide and school shootings, the lesson is that we parents don’t know our kids nearly as well as we think we do.”