Collaborative Problem Solving (CPS)
“People do well if they can, and if they could they would.”
Technology today is ever expanding while becoming smarter and more predominant in our everyday lives. How do we keep our dependents safe? What are our main concerns with technology? Is it the content shown online, the amount of time spent online, or is it how the technology is being used? Technology can be used to make our lives more convenient and can be also be very informative. It can be used as a coping tool and way to relax after a long day. It can also be used to stay connected with people however, it can also be used inappropriately. The CPS look on this situation brings up the next question of how do we solve this problem together. in other words, lets come up with a plan that works for everyone. In the article below you’ll find helpful ideas on setting realistic expectations for yourself and for dependents, the article also contains links to other recommendations, as well as tools to finding balance with technology. Although the article pertains to kids, we find that technology is being used by everyone, and is relatable to all generations.
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