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Screen time has a high cost that we usually avoid acknowledging. Research shows that people who don't watch TV are happier and healthier, have better self-esteem and a healthier body image, and are less fearful. Families who watch less TV are closer, and kids who see less TV become sexually active at a later age. Limiting kids' screen use is simple protective parenting.


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The First Cell Phone: Rules for Responsibility

Guidelines for how to keep your children safe when having access to a cell phone.

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Cell Phone Rules

Rules for your children's use of cell phones.

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Why Screens Compromise Academics & Values

Research shows that the more TV kids watch, the less likely they are to read as they get older. Time spent on the one activity precludes the other.

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Managing Screen Time During the Pandemic

As we realize that this is a marathon, not a sprint, many parents are wondering how to ratchet back the screen use.

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Your Toddler or Preschooler and TV

How much screen time should your Toddler or Preschooler have? Are you ready? In my opinion, no daily time on an ongoing basis. Here's why.

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