The Well-Balanced Family
Reduce Screen Time and Increase Family Fun, Fitness and Connectedness
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It's no secret that we spend more time with our devices than with our loved ones. And although it provides a solution for family members looking to reduce their screen time, at its heart The Well-Balanced Family is about learning to take the newly-available time and channel it toward strengthening family connections, spending more quality time together, and supporting each other in developing healthy, productive, and enjoyable lifestyles. The Well-Balanced Family focuses on four areas: Connectedness, Open Communication, Fitness, and Organization. Using an evidence-based approach, author Robert Myers, PhD teaches parents how to encourage developmental play activities, develop avid readers, instill cooperation and mutual respect, improve physical fitness, build self-esteem and character, and reduce struggles over bedtime, chores, and homework. It also provides tips for helping kids safely make the most of their screen time.If your family is more interested in their phones and tablets than in each other, The Well-Balanced Family will teach you everything you need to reclaim that sense of familial connection and love.
BookBaby, 9781543961041, 228pp.
Publication Date: April 29, 2019
About the Author
Dr Robert Myers is a child psychologist with over 35 years of clinical experience. He earned his PhD from the University of Southern California. He is Associate Professor of Psychiatry and Human Behavior at the UC Irvine School of Medicine. He also provides parent education through public speaking and media appearances. He is the founder of a popular website for parents, Child Development Institute, at www.childdevelopmentinfo.com. Dr. Myers lives in Orange, CA with his wife, Pam. They were married in 1971 and have two adult children. He likes to listen to music and go to concerts, travel to new places, photography, and go hiking in the local mountains. But most of all, he likes to spend time with his family, especially playing board games and having fun.