"Self-regulation is the ability to monitor and control our own behavior, emotions, or thoughts, altering them in accordance with the demands of the situation. When we develop self-regulation skills, we have the ability to act in our long-term best interest, consistent with our deepest values.
Young people lack the life experience of their parents to see future consequences of behavior in the same way an adult might. As parents, it"s our duty to help our children develop the habits needed to guide them to becoming a successful adult.If your child is overusing screens,We introduce your child to new sports, hobbies, and a wide variety of interests on a college campus setting. We get them thinking about their future and how they will manage their life after high school.Parents are trained on the use of the BPJ so they can support and encourage their child"s new commitment to moderating screen behavior. Parents are provided with a Behavioral Contract and given guidance on how to use the contract to support their child"s behavioral changes."