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Five Scripts for Building Resilience in Children with Chronic Conditions

By Donna Jackson Nakazawa Imagine this: you’ve had a long day—stress at work, an argument with your spouse, an unexpected bill to deal with—and on top of everything else, your teenager, whom you’ve asked three times to take out the garbage, still won’t get off his computer. You snap and tell him that he’s being selfish, then instantly regret saying the words; you know
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Brain Science for Generation Stress – Episode 16

March 19, 2014 — Kristen Race, PhD with Louise Kuo Habakus and Alison MacNeil Download Kristen’s Handout HERE View on Amazon.com Children spend 7 hours 38 minutes per day using entertainment media. And due to media multitasking (i.e., surfing while texting), they actually pack 10 hours 45 minutes of media content into those 7+ hours. Do you wonder about your kid’s brain on Nintendo?
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