My two cents: Thoughts from a cyber mom with a passion for the parent-child bond
If it is true that the brain believes everything you tell it, then it makes sense that the thoughts we choose become our reality. The genuine power of every individual rests in our God-given capacity to think for ourselves, in a world that hypes the power and control struggles rooted in untruth, or FEAR:
Steven Campbell, motivational speaker and author of Making Your Mind Magnificent, spoke to a group of therapists, counselors and parents at the first Symposium on Meeting the Spiritual and Mental Health needs of Modern Youth and Families at the Sylvan Community Center in Citrus heights. This was the inaugural event of the Banana Moments Foundation.
Campbell explains that because the brain science tells us it believes what you tell it and makes it come true, every individual has the capacity to change your self-talk to realize your potential and dreams. This is a message and a skill so important for the modern youth who receive all kinds of messages in the social network that are beneath them.
To read more about Campbell’s insights, check out my Sacramento Cyber Safety Examiner column…
Joanna Jullien is an author, educator and speaker on strengthening the parent-child relationship in a cyber powered world. She is a mother of two grown sons, the author of The Authority In Me: The Power of Family Life in the Network Culture, produces The Sacramento Cyber Safety Examiner column on Examiner.com, and is the CyberParenting advisor on The Fish 103.9FM. Her new book, A Google World in the Garden of Eden: Five Family-Safe Strategies for Texting and Social Media is now available for PC and all eReader formats including Kindle, Nook, iPad.
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