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They are everywhere and we all have at least one: a cellular phone, laptop, tablet, and a multitude of other digital devices. They have changed how we function every day in our lives, but is that necessarily a good thing?
You may be wondering what digital detoxing is and why it matters. A digital detox is taking a break from using electronic or digital devices for a period of time. Are you in need of a digital detox? Are you constantly checking your phone and feel stressed out if you don’t?
Dr. Elizabeth discussed digital detoxing with Alicia Dover on KATV’s Good Afternoon Arkansas and explained why it is important to be more aware of the time you spend on your cell phone and digital devices.
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Yes, it’s that time of year again, when we gather with our families and loved ones to celebrate year-end holidays, including Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year’s. Unfortunately, these celebrated events often bring family drama and issues along with them – so what can you do?
Dr. Elizabeth talked to Barry Brandt on KATV’s Good Afternoon Arkansas about this potential “nuclear reactor” and the expectation that we are supposed to be happy and merry or at least pretend to be, even if that’s simply not the case.
Dr. Elizabeth explains how we can deal with the potential conflict, drama, or chaos during the holidays by choosing to maintain homeostasis. Not sure what that is? Watch Dr. Elizabeth explain by clicking the link below:
If you have hurts or unhealed wounds in your family and would like some help, contact Dr. Elizabeth today to setup a time to talk about them instead of having things blow up over Thanksgiving dinner or while opening Christmas presents this year.