With our current reliance on electronic devices, children have constant access to distraction. Photo: Shutterstock With our current reliance on electronic devices, children have constant access to distraction. Photo: Shutterstock
With our current reliance on electronic devices, children have constant access to distraction. Photo: Shutterstock
Katrina Rozga
Opinion

Opinion

EdTalk by Katrina Rozga

Good parenting: how to set ground rules for your children and create a stable, secure environment

  • Children naturally want to test the limits you establish for them. In doing so, what they are really seeking is the reassuring presence of a safety net

With our current reliance on electronic devices, children have constant access to distraction. Photo: Shutterstock With our current reliance on electronic devices, children have constant access to distraction. Photo: Shutterstock
With our current reliance on electronic devices, children have constant access to distraction. Photo: Shutterstock
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Katrina Rozga

Katrina Rozga

Katrina Rozga is a staff therapist of the Jadis Blurton Family Development Center and graduated from the University of Calgary with a Master of Counselling in Educational Psychology.