We love our children. As parents, we do the best we can. But parenting is the
hardest job on the planet, and it has become even harder in the digital age.
With staggering numbers of teens and even pre-teens on social media, child
safety is at risk more than ever before. Our children are “being seen” by their
screens more than by us—and this is having a serious impact on the mental
well-being of our youth.
In her book Being Seen, renowned neuroscientist and mother Selena Bartlett
cuts through the noise of the digital era to offer parents a science-backed,
practical guide to nurture their children’s brain health, manage stress and
foster resilience. It’s not just about limiting screen time—it’s about understanding
the neuroscience of brain development, parenting and connection.
As the digital world vies for their attention, learn how to make your children
feel truly seen by you, and how this visibility can lay the groundwork for their
well-being. This concise and accessible book contains real-world advice for
the most important job you’ll ever have: being the supportive and engaged
parent your child needs.
It’s never too late to become the parents we’ve always wished to be.
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