Food For A Good Mood

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This is great advice, but it needs to be put in a general perspective. So, please let me add that obsession with and a lifestyle revolving around micromanaging our own bodies as a means ‘to be happy’ can often merely reflect an inability to form and keep relationships and truly be nourished by them. In well-developed people, social relationships are the means to happiness. That is how our brains are made. As and expert on kids and families in my office and the author of KIDS, PARENTS & TECHNOLOGY: A GUIDE FOR YOUNG FAMILIES, I emphasize the importance of relationships, community and collaboration in raising kids. Values education seems to be lost in the torrent of digital information and social noise flooding them. It is at home that they must put things in proper perspective.

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