Parenting: Screen Time And Your Family Need a reset on your family's relationship with screens? We talk to doctors and experts and get their science-backed advice on how to use screens to connect instead of control — plus some sobering words on our own use of screens.
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Parenting: Screen Time And Your Family

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Need a reset on your family's relationship with screens? We talk to doctors and experts and get their science-backed advice on how to use screens to connect instead of control — plus some sobering words on our own use of screens.

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Introduction: Screen Time And Your Family

Balancing our kids' screen use means more than saying no. We explore how screens can bring families closer together and how being thoughtful about your own relationship with screens can make you a better parent.

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