Screen Free Times for Everyone

It can increase and improve communication and meaningful interaction if there is at least one time (and hopefully more) each week when adults and children are not looking at screens. Some parents I know
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What’s Great and Challenging about Being a “Tween?”

This month I talked to “tweens” and their parents about the joys and challenges of pre-adolescence. Here’s a summary of what they said:
WHAT DO YOU LOVE ABOUT THIS AGE?
PARENTS
It’s great to watch
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Helping a Lonely Teen

As seen in Brooklyn Family Magazine and on NY Parenting.com
Dear Sharon,
Is there a particular time in a boy’s life when he should be developing social skills and friendships? Our 13 year old is a
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