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Are we asking the wrong questions when it comes to our kids’ screen usage? In a world where technology isn’t going away, the right questions may be less about time limits, access, and controlling their behaviors and more about how we can build a child’s internal regulation system and rewire the reward center in their brain and body that screens are designed to hijack. 

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202. Regulation, reward systems, and rest: Rewiring the way our kids interact with screens with Alé Duarte

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191. BTS: What are the do’s and don’t for introducing screens to my toddler?

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How to be intentional about starting screen time. And when it comes to TVs and tablets, is one better than the other?

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188. Finding positives in spite of our pain: A mother’s journey navigating her child’s illness with Dr. Maggie Kang

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No one prepares you for hearing that your child is sick. Navigating a child’s harrowing medical diagnosis is often one of the hardest things a parent can go through. Today, we talk with a mother who has walked this path, and how she found a way to redefine her narrative in order to diminish her […]

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187. BTS: How can I parent my daughter so she doesn’t become a people pleaser?

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Learn what parents can to to lessen the likelihood of your child becoming a people pleaser.

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