“Parenting From The Trenches” Episode 5 originally streamed Wednesday, July 26, 2017 at 10:30 a.m. EDT. The topic was “Moving Past Snapchat, Texts and Twitter to Communicate” and our special guest will be Matthew Dicks, award-winning novelist, storyteller and teacher.
“Parenting From The Trenches” Episodes
NEXT UP: January 17, 2018: Episode #11 “Strategies for Raising Teen Boys in 2018” with Daniel Weiner
December 20, 2017: Episode #10 “Raising Teen Girls” with Denise Barats
November 29, 2017: Episode #9 “Jane Doe No More” with Donna Palomba
October 25, 2017: Episode #8 “The College Admissions Process” with Roberta Tansman
September 27, 2017: Episode #7 “Mindfulness” with Joanna Curry-Sartori
August 25, 2017: Episode #6 “Work-Life Balance” with guest Sarah Cody
July 26, 2017: Episode #5 “Moving Past Snapchat, Texts and Twitter to Communicate” with guest Matthew Dicks
June 14, 2017: Episode #4 “Screen Time and Family Technology Use” with guest Michael Robb of Common Sense Media
May 24, 2017: Episode #3 “Addiction Awareness and Prevention” with guest Dan Millstein
April 26, 2017: Episode #2 “Suicide Awareness & Prevention” with guest Matt Riley from the Jordan Porco Foundation
March 22, 2017: Episode #1 “Grit” with guest Michelle Reynolds Ph.D., a Licensed Psychologist with Hopewell Health Solutions
Mother-Child Communication: The Influence of ADHD Symptomatology and Executive Functioning on Paralinguistic Style
Research study conducted by: Elizabeth S. Nilsen, Ami Rints, Nicole Ethier, and Sarah Moroz; University of Waterloo and University of Western Ontario “Paralinguistic style, involving features of speech such as pitch and volume, is an important aspect of one’s communicative competence. However, little is known about the behavioral traits and cognitive skills that relate to these aspects of speech.
It happens in many households. Kids are tapping on their cell phones or are preoccupied by their favorite TV show as their parents ask them a question or want them to do a chore. It’s not just teens caught up in electronic media, but also preschoolers.
As children grow older the level of communication they keep with their parents begins to lessen. The average teenager will give a single, monosyllabic reply to most questions when asked. There are various reasons for this, including the always popular excuse that they are teenagers, and this just how things happen.