About Tyler Jacobson
Tyler enjoys going to the mountains near his home in Draper, Utah to connect with his wife and children through camping, hiking, and quality time together. When he isn’t rebooting in the outdoors, he shares his fatherly experiences with the world through writing and creative designs. Tyler shares the ups and downs of family life and the solutions he’s found through lengthy research and involvement in the industry and his own experiences to help parents everywhere. Follow Tyler on: Twitter or LinkedIn.
Articles by Tyler Jacobson:
Ways You Can Help Your Child Quiet Their Negative Self-Talk
How Technology Affects The Way Our Brain Works
Helping Teens Identify and Avoid Cyberbullying
Which Type of Digital Parent Are You?
Preparing Youth for a Smooth Transition into Adulthood
Helping Children Learn How to Manage Emotions
Is Lying Actually Good for Kids?
Teaching Teens Ways to Excel at School Despite Mental Illness
The Science of Vastly Different Teens: Introverts and Extroverts
Mastering the Parenting Backpedal When You Lose Your Cool
Parenting Is Comfortably Enforcing Realistic Limits Together
6 Expert Tactics for Talking with Kids in Multiple Situations
Parenting Fails that Won’t Doom Your Kids Life
Knives, Fire, and Running with Scissors: On Letting Our Kids Take Risks
Using Family Dinners to Build Healthy Mentalities
Should I Talk to My Child about Suicide?
Is There a Stigma Against Open Discussions about Mental Illness Online?
Yeah Right — Getting My Teen to Read Would Be a Miracle
3 Triggers that Cause Us to Reach for Our Phone & Miss Out on Life Experiences
Making Sense of the Hard Times: Situational Depression vs. Clinical Depression
Why Teens Need a Strict Parent
35 Great Conversation Starters for Honest Family Discussions
Teaching Opportunities: Parents Need to Better Understand How Teen Experience Impact the Mind
Misconceptions About Hyperactivity: How Hyper Is Too Hyper for Young Boys?
Forget the “New Year, New Me” Goal Hype – Consider Focusing on Life Habits Instead
Teenagers Can Benefit from Meditation