How do you want children to feel? What feelings do you want them to have? Secure? Known? Loved? Capable? Smart? Dr. Kathy will help you think about how you can parent or teach to make it more likely children will feel what you want them to. She suggests how you can involve the children.

Feelings influence behavior so they’re important to talk with children about. We can help them name them and understand them. Dr. Kathy shares how to ask about them at the end of the day. You’ll benefit!

To have quality time with family and friends on Easter, being fully present and without technology may be necessary. Dr. Kathy shares four specific ideas to communicate to children. They’ll be very helpful and empowering!

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In last week’s video, Dr. Kathy explained the lie that young people think information is all they need. As a result, they think they don’t need teachers. Hopefully you’ve benefitted from her ideas. This week, she shares how we can help teens dig deep and arrive at knowledge and wisdom.

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In this video, Dr. Kathy explains the fifth lie too many young people believe because of technology’s influence on their beliefs. It’s “Information is all I need so I don’t need teachers.” Listen as she explains a few dangers of this lie and things we can do.

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Dr. Kathy continues the current video series about lies young people learn from technology with lie #4 – I am my own authority. Some teens are tired of authority figures failing them and their communities. Learn about other reasons they’re trying to depend on themselves, the role of technology, and what we can do to help them. You’ll appreciate Dr. Kathy’s practical ideas.

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In this video, Dr. Kathy continues talking about a lie young people may believe because of technology’s influence on them. Have you noticed they think they must always be offered a choice? Today, Kathy mentions three types of decisions we make all the time. When sharing about these categories with our kids and guiding them to healthy decision making, they benefit greatly.

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Many children, teens, and young adults believe they must have choices. Do your kids argue more than you thought yours would? This may be a reason. Dr. Kathy explains we can help them choose wisely and be less overwhelmed by teaching about moral decisions and wisdom decisions. As always, thanks for your trust and let us know if this is helpful.

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Do you know children/teens/young adults who act like they must be happy all the time? Dr. Kathy unpacks this technology lie in today’s video. She’ll help you understand how their behavior is related to this belief and what to do about it. For example, we can help them process well the negative feelings they want to avoid.

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In this video, Dr. Kathy explains that many young people believe they are the center of their own universe. After briefly explaining why they think this, she shares practical, realistic things you can do to combat the lie and lead them to truth. Even inviting someone over for dinner can help. Listen and you’ll discover why.

To learn more about Dr. Kathy’s book “Screens and Teens: Connecting with our kids in a wireless world” and the wide selection of resources provided by Celebrate Kids, please visit shop.celebratekids.com