Calmer, Easier, Happier Screen Time by Noel Janis-NortonIn this podcast Noel talks about the challenges of raising boys and explains how parents can bring out the best in boys. Listen as Noel explores how parents can guide girls to become all that they can be. Consistency reduces tension and confusion. The couple relationship feels better. Children and teens feel better and behave better. The interview starts at
Calmer, Easier, Happier Screen Time
Calmer, Easier, Happier Parenting by Noël Janis-Norton
Are you worried that your children or teens are spending too much time in front of screens? You may have tried unsuccessfully in the past to curb screen time. Getting back in charge of the screens in your home may feel impossible or not worth the hassle. And this means all screens combined, not an hour on the computer and another hour of television and another hour on their mobile phone. Screen time rules and routines need to be clear, simple and easy to remember.
Print Audiobook. The basic premise of Calmer, Easier, Happier Parenting is that our main job as parents is to transfer the values, skills and habits that are important. Regardless of geographical location, culture, religion or socioeconomic differences, these same five qualities are always mentioned:. The first of these five foundation habits— cooperation—is the gateway into the other four habits. The more we try to make children do things our way, the more we annoy our children and cause them to resent us and resist us.
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