Monthly Archives: December 2020

作者 于 12-17-2020

How receiving likes, or not, affects kids’ self esteem, mood and mental health The power of "Likes" on the brain is tremendous. The brain’s response is similar to that obtained when making money. Every time we receive an acknowledgement through a like, our brain generates dopamine, a neurotransmitter that activates the sensation of reward, which is why… 阅读更多。



作者 于 12-07-2020

What Parents need to know about the negative effects of porn and how to protect young kids against accidental exposure to sexual content As access to the internet has skyrocketed for children and teens, so have concerns about access to potentially dangerous and developmentally detrimental content. Online pornography exposure certainly is near the top of the list… 阅读更多。

作者 于 12-03-2020

2020 was maybe the year we’ve been most grateful to technology. It’s really become a lifeline, connecting us to family and friends near and far, allowing us to share worries and concerns throughout this past year but also moments of happiness and hope.  Schools were closed for a good part of the year, and we were forced… 阅读更多。

作者 于 12-02-2020

Granted, it’s been a year like no other. But the holidays are a magical time for children. Let’s find ways to put the chaos of 2020 aside and make new traditions together to keep the festive spirit alive. If we’ve learned anything this year, it’s to make the most of the little things. For the time being,… 阅读更多。