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How to Reduce Time Online and Develop Strong Relationships

This is Part Seven of a nine-part series published over nine consecutive weeks.  So set up your daily Online Entry Points (OEPs) and you’re all set, right? If only.  Starting Strong and Finishing Weak  Despite their initial practicality and usefulness, many OEPs subsequently lead to Digital Drift. They begin strong (in terms of their alignment […]

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Up for a Little Challenge to Improve Your Well-being?

Take a look at Dr. Silard’s latest in Psychology Today: How to Reduce Time Online and Develop Strong Relationships

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Changing Behavior When Cold Turkey isn’t an Option

This is Part Six of a nine-part series published over nine consecutive weeks.  How does the cognitive miser phenomenon relate to digitally mediated addictions? Let’s take a look.  Cold Turkey Not an Option  Addiction to any activity (e.g., gaming, porn, gambling, shopping … name your poison) now easily accessed on the Internet is different from […]

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Changing Behavior When Cold Turkey isn’t an Option

Read more about Anthony Silard’s latest article in Psychology Today here.

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How to Choose the Real and Now Over the Online Cravings

This is Part Five of a nine-part series published over nine consecutive weeks.  For the Online Entry Point (OEP) strategy to work, try as much as you can to not go online at all during your personal time.   Staying on Track Without Losing Your Enjoyment of Life  One way to achieve this objective is to […]

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How to Choose the Real and Now Over the Online Cravings | Psychology Today

Rethinking our intentions online creates much more joy and satisfaction offline. Read Dr. Silard’s latest in Psychology Today, here.

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The Challenge of Being Authentic in the Digital Age

This is Part Four of a nine-part Success without Surrender series published over nine consecutive weeks.    The oldest son of Tony Fadell, the co-inventor of the iPod, was born weeks before the introduction of the iPhone.   Fadell noticed that when he took a phone or tablet away from his kids, similar to adults “they would […]

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The Challenge of Being Authentic in the Digital Age | Psychology Today

What happens in real life when you go offline for a little while? Read about it here.

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Better Parents, Better Kids: The Potency of Good Modeling

This is Part Three of a nine-part series published over nine consecutive weeks.    Parents can play a vital role in helping their children construct a fence around the tree until the tree can grow healthily on its own toward a successful, happy and meaningful life.   Yet as parents we tend to succumb to Digital Drift […]

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Better Parents, Better Kids: The Potency of Good Modeling | Psychology Today

Do your kids mimic your values? Explore more with us here.

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