How the life experiences of tech-savvy youth inform parents

How the life experiences of tech-savvy youth inform parents

The sciences of medicine and behavioral health appear to be converging on this discovery articulated by Dr. Nadine Burke Harris, that childhood abuse and chronic stress, as well as growing up with parents who are struggling with mental health and substance abuse...
The ‘two-percent solution’ to parenting tech-savvy youth

The ‘two-percent solution’ to parenting tech-savvy youth

Michael Anne Conley, LMFT, is an expert on helping people make positive changes to become better versions of themselves by overcoming limiting habits, such as addiction, anxiety and procrastination. She understands intimately how to perceive and process the connection...
On demonstrating forgiveness: How to walk the talk in a cyber-powered world

On demonstrating forgiveness: How to walk the talk in a cyber-powered world

Core Connectivity holds two symposiums a year (spring and fall) to further advance our mission to educate one another how to strengthen family bonds in a cyber-powered world. The 2017 spring symposium event focuses on forgiveness as a strategy to build quality...

Signs you may be a co-dependent parent

Last week Dr. Jessica Rodriguez, CEO of Gateway Corp in Sacramento and OnSite Strategies in Roseville, delivered a talk on the impact of shame and co-dependency in treating addiction as a family problem to counselors and therapists at Sierra Vista Hospital. Rodriguez...
Tips for issuing your child their first smartphone

Tips for issuing your child their first smartphone

The most important decision a parent will make is how and when to grant their child access to their own smartphone. It is a common question, which is often answered in an ad hoc way, by what is happening in other families. Usually there is extreme pressure because...
Three painless tips to limit parent screen time: Parents busted in recent study

Three painless tips to limit parent screen time: Parents busted in recent study

The big headline in cyber safety and family news this week is parent screen time. In a recent study released by Common Sense Media, the typical teenager spends nine hours a day on screen media (devices, apps, internet activities) excluding homework and school work...