As humans, we we face many challenges. We need to use reason and flexibility to pursue the “good life” in a complicated world.
Managing our kids’ screen time is an ongoing challenge for parents. Here are three things parents should know to help keep this challenge in perspective.
This pandemic has forced many of us, especially our kids, to be on screens more than ever. Reducing our kids’ screen time as the pandemic subsides can be a challenge.
It is curious that we seem to love to hate because hatred is often viewed as a negative emotion that undermines our happiness. Why is hate the candy that everybody wants?
Our political divisions have become progressively more toxic in recent decades. Interestingly, we could take a cue from UFC fighters and learn how to have conflict without hate.
Even under the best of circumstances, it can be extremely difficult to admit when we are wrong. Why is that?
Feelings of anger and hate threaten to tear America apart. In order to help us heal and grow, we must first find a way to make peace within ourselves.
Are you ready for a better you in this new year? The foundation of change and growth rests on our ability to be flexible. We need to be fluid, like water.
America has become more polarized, hateful, and awash in various conspiracy theories. With our trust in one another at a low, are screens partly to blame?
We have many concerns about the effects of screens, especially on our kids. How worried should we really be about the harms of screens?