Here are some of the resources we believe can help. This list has been examined by experts in the mental health field. Please note these are just recommendations, and not “one size fits all”.
When dealing with children, there is a constant struggle between trying to keep them safe while also allowing them the freedom to explore and learn about themselves and the world. This has always been a challenge, but it's become even more difficult thanks to the internet. Kids have access to more information than they've ever had before, and this exposes them to a whole new set of risks.
Here’s how to have a healthy and mindful relationship with media so you can stay informed, engaged, and feeling good.
Before deepfakes and alternative facts, the online world was already telling us fibs. In our series Lies the Internet Told Me, we call 'em all out.
Six tips from a psychologist for coping with the negative impacts of social media use, which research has linked to social isolation, loneliness, and depression.
Many of us spend hours every day tethered to our devices, pawing at the screen to see if it will deliver a few more likes or emails, monitoring the world and honing our online presence.
The Trouble With ‘Screen Time’: Ditch Counting Digital Calories And Build Your Family’s Digital Nutrition
Digital Nutrition is about thinking beyond screen time limits and restrictions, and doing the deep and messy work of understanding our relationship with technology and creating more savvy habits relating to what, when and why we choose to consume different items from the enormous digital buffet.
Technology has a hole in it, I can feel it. Something isn’t right and while the current era of technology platforms feels like it has reached its zenith, there is something missing from the way many people are talking about the future.
Lost faith in Facebook and Instagram after data leakages, breaches and too much noise? Here’s a guide to breaking up with the social network and its photo-sharing app for good.
Internet safety tips for kids and their parents.
Is there a role for social media in perpetuating anxiety and loneliness?
Anxiety. Four mere syllables. Seven mere letters. Yet s.u.c.h. a forceful nature. Bully-ish. Controlling. Consuming. Exhausting.
According to new research, your social networking habits might be affecting your brain more than you know.
Ever try to pry a tablet from sticky fingers? Check out these tips to avoid the tantrum.
Experts say kids are growing up with more anxiety and less self-esteem.
Instagram is the worst social media network for mental health and wellbeing, according to a recent survey of almost 1,500 teens and young adults.
In our ‘Always On’ world, colleagues text and email us at all hours, expecting a quick response. But with these strategies, you can be happily out of reach—and not out of a job