Are you struggling with how your kids use screens? Do you find yourself fighting with them over how many hours of screen they are allowed to use each day? Or what they do online? Well, tune in to today's episode where I'm having a conversation with Lisa Honold.
Lisa is a certified Positive Discipline parent educator and an expert on cyber safety. Her work has been featured in The Wall Street Journal and the “Empowered Parenting Summit 2020”. As the Director for the Center for Online Safety, she helps families stop fighting over screen time so they can get back to having fun together.
And this is exactly what you'll learn in today's episode. So click below to listen to it, right now.
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