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A Parent’s Guide to Digital Wellness

Developing a family culture to combat digital overload

Photo by John Schnobrich on Unsplash

Our daily lives are a constant barrage of beeps, boops, buzzes, and dings. Our iPhone cries for attention, our laptop chirps a new email alert, and we shout at Alexa demanding to know today’s weather. We shove boots onto unwilling, tablet-holding toddlers and make multiple attempts to gain our screen-glued…




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Dr. Cort Dorn-Medeiros

Dr. Cort Dorn-Medeiros

Professor, parent, professional queer. I write about mental health, addiction, & motivation. Join the fun

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