The Short Answer, Yes. 


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Life Back Then:


  • Emotionally available parents
  • Less choices and options
  • Clearly defined expectations
  • Summer jobs and daily chores
  • Adequate sleep and less processed food
  • Movement and outdoors
  • Creative play, social interaction, and scope for boredom
  • Dirty socks, dishes and books on the night stand – the overwhelm was visible.






Life in the Digital Age:


  • Digitally distracted parents
  • Overload of options and choices
  • Indulgent parents – gadgets for gifts
  • Entitled kids
  • Processed foods and sleep deprivation
  • Sedentary indoor lifestyle
  • Consumption no creation
  • Stimuli overload, tech babysitters, absence of silence
  • Whatsapp, Facebook, Email, Wedding Fail videos – the overwhelm is everywhere, in the physical world and our online world.





Children are not capable of self regulation, developing different perspectives, resisting digital distractions, regulating their emotions and recognizing emotions in others.

They have to be taught these skills. And its upto us as parents and caregivers to teach them important 21st century life skills. The below free resources and articles are going to help you navigate this wonderful duality of the online and real worlds so you can help your children thrive.


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