We get asked this one a lot.
Technology + Mother-Daughter Relationships.
(Technology + any relationship for that matter).
How do I set boundaries with her?
What boundaries do I set?
How do I know she’s safe? (Like, heck, I don’t even understand most of these new apps).
I don’t want to be this awful mean mommy who doesn’t let her talk to her friends (am I being that? Is this “normal”?)… but DAMN, isn’t something weird up in here with her screen time?
Why do conversations about technology produce so many intense emotions (tears, frustration, temporary panics…)? It’s “just” a phone, hellloooo?
And the list goes on, and on, and on…
You feel us?
This is the first generation with technology at their fingertips from babyhood.
It’s a new (fun?) world out there.
Today, on the blog, we’re breaking down the myth of digital intimacy and getting real about our collective addiction to technology, so that we can (finally) set the boundaries we ALL need, for our sanity. Together, mamas.
Click the video below to watch.
Technology isn’t going anywhere, so it’s time for us to collectively figure out how to make it a tool for connection in our relationship– but not a replacement for real connection– (and not a tool for disconnect.)
Once you’ve gotten a chance to check out the video, leave us a comment below— because collective wisdom rocks, and we want to hear your take. We need each other, mama.