Episode 14: The Good and the Bad of Our Kids’ Screen Time

Has technology taken over the kids around you? Arlene Pellicane, co-author of Screen Kids, is a mom of three children who will help us make sense of the good and bad of our kid’s screen time. Her definitions of digital vegetables and digital candy are so practical and helpful!

Ready to pick up some tools to help the child in your life make positive changes to balance screen time and grow relationships? Let’s go!

ARLENE PELLICANE is a speaker, host of the Happy Home podcast, and author of several books including Parents Rising, 31 Days to a Happy Husband and Screen Kids.

Arlene has been featured on the Today Show, Fox & Friends, the Wall Street Journal and Focus on the Family. Arlene lives in San Diego with her husband James and their three children.

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