'Influencer': A person who has some credibility on a subject.
Parents have been influencers for our children for several years. But soon there comes a time when that influence diminishes. They get older and our words sound like sermons in their heads. This Christmas can be a very good opportunity to again become the influencer they need.
To make the task easier for us, from FamilyOn we have asked Marián Rojas Estapé for help.
She works at the Spanish Institute of Psychiatric Research (www.ieip.es) researching the impact of screens on children and young people; as well as the relationship between technology on the mind and adult relationships. He has published a book that has been in 22 editions in a year: How to make sure good things happen to you (ed. Espasa).