Nutrition tips to help youth deal with the emotional impact of social media

Nutrition tips to help youth deal with the emotional impact of social media

Device addiction is a thing Commercial interests have used brain science associated with addiction to develop apps and devices that tap the same short-term reward system of the brain like a drug. In this way, the underlying biochemical dynamic with addiction is a...
The connection between forgiveness, resilience and discipline

The connection between forgiveness, resilience and discipline

In the network culture, it is easy to believe things that are not true and focus on things that do not really matter. At Core Connectivity we offer insights and tools to build parent confidence, foster resilience and strengthen family bonds in a cyber-powered world....
Who has more anxiety? You or your tech-savvy child?

Who has more anxiety? You or your tech-savvy child?

As you may know, I am an ancient cyber mom trained in behavioral science at U.C. Berkeley. My sons are grown, 35 and 29 years old. I left a career in technology (circa 2004) when my youngest hit middle school and devices landed in the hands of youth. I wanted to...
If food and body image are an issue for your child, it’s time to get educated

If food and body image are an issue for your child, it’s time to get educated

Our guest blogger, Terryann Sanders, LMFT, CEDS, has been in private practice treating individuals with eating disorders for the past 15 years. Most recently she co-founded and opened the Eating Disorder Collaborative, a group of independent clinicians that have come...
Five habits of anxiety-proof families in a cyber-powered world

Five habits of anxiety-proof families in a cyber-powered world

A recent report by Pew Research Center indicates that anxiety and depression are among the top concerns for teens. According to the feature, the total number of teenagers who recently experienced depression increased 59% between 2007 and 2017, and the rate of growth...