Category: Social Media

What if it’s More Than Addiction: Are Youth Emotionally Attached to Their Smartphones?

  Post by Natasha Parent, Graduate student in the Human Development, Learning, and Culture Program at the University of British Columbia. Author of: “Moving beyond addiction: An attachment theory framework for understanding young adults’ relationships with their smartphones” Although this blog and website is primarily focused on the issue of cyberbullying, there are other topics relevant to kids and…

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Social Media, Cyberbullying, and Sleep

guest blog post by: Kristina Miladinovic, Check out how social media affects children’s and teens’ sleep – we go into physical and psychological reasons why screens and social media should not be used before bed. Take a look at how cyberbullying and sleep are related and read on to find useful tips for ensuring a good…

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