“Predators take advantage of a moment a child is mad at their parents, and builds a wedge between them. Predators are patient. Children from our own communities are being plucked away from innocence and safety. This is more likely to happen from a false relationship online, than being randomly kidnapped.”
“If done correctly, this intervention can produce deeper sleep, a brighter mood, better focus and organization, and an increase in physical activity.”
“Too much at the worst possible age can have a lifetime of consequences.”
“Within a week Isaiah was making better eye contact, was becoming more social and interacting with us more, and playing with his toys.”
“Our children are in a devastating emotional state! Talk to teachers and professionals who have been working in the field for the last 15 years.”
Today’s children come to school emotionally unavailable for learning, and there are many factors in our modern lifestyle that contribute to this. Here is why:
“It starts with us — the parents. Kids cannot even think at the maturity level needed to break a behavior cycle, let alone do anything about it.”
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.