Teens and Social Media, Sleep, Conscience

Teens and Social Media, Sleep, Conscience

The Lisa Show

  • Sep 18, 2018 4:02 pm
  • 1:43:28 mins
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Social Media and Teen Mental Health (0:42) Adam Price, PhD, psychologist, Associate Director at Family Connections Several studies have successfully linked higher social media useage in teenagers with feelings of isolation, anxiety and depression. In the wake of the celebrity deaths of Kate Spade and Anthony Bourdain, mental health is on our collective conscience. Adam Price offers insight on how social media is hurting our teens and how we can help them moving forward. How Biology Determines Whether You're a "Morning" or a "Night" Person (17:35) Cynthia May, PhD, professor at the College of Charleston Whether you're a "morning" or a "night" person is actually determined by your biology, not just preference. Cynthia May has researched chronotype, which is the sleep cycle of your body. She shares how to maximize your natural sleep cycle. Developing a Good Conscience (34:41) Edie Weinstein, journalist, speaker, social worker, interfaith minister, radio host, author The lines between right and wrong are gradually blurring, especially with the rise of social media. It is important to understand how to teach rising generations the difference between right and wrong so that they will be able to find their place in the world and make positive contributions. There are lots of theories on parenting, and it can be hard to know which are the best. Increasing Body Confidence (53:56) Charlotte Markey, PhD, professor of psychology at Rutgers University. She's the director of the Health Sciences program. Plastic surgery is on the rise. The number of cosmetic procedures increased by 2% between 2016 and 2017. The majority of these procedures are performed on women. In this segment, we examine the shared traits of body-positive women. In-studio Guest: Jeanette Bennett (1:08:26) Jeanette Bennett is founder and editor-in-chief at Bennett Communications. Much of her focus is on Utah Valley Magazine, BusinessQ Magazine and Prosper Magazine. She earned bachelor's and master's degrees in journalism at BYU. Jeanette talks about Stephen Covey's notion of "giving children roots and wings."

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