Kevin J. Roberts

My name is Kevin J. Roberts, and I've made it my focus to transform lives for the better. Whether it's through ADHD or academic support, cyber addiction coaching, public speaking engagements and seminars, or my numerous books and articles, I help my clients unlock their inherent potential to change the world.

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Resources

Facing the Facts about Facebook

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Stories surrounding Facebook have become frequent news items and have generated great interest along with controversy.  Some stories focus on the drawbacks while others center on the unimaginable opportunities.  By and large, the opportunities offered by Facebook far outweigh the dangers. The ubiquitous online social networking site does present danger, however, not so much because of any intr…

Video Game-Induced Violence: Fact or Fiction?

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The E3 Electronic Entertainment Expo in Los Angeles this past week showed that the trend toward violent video games remains strong. Updated sequels to first-person-shooting staples like Call of Duty and Halo played prominently at the conference. Shooting games sell; it is that simple.

Many parent groups see red when they ponder the continuing trend toward violent video games.   Mothers Agai…

Be Quiet in the Library… and Play Your Video Game!

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Cutting-edge librarian, Maggie Hommel, has created video gaming programs at the Park Ridge Public Library in Illinois.  Hommel embarked on this course of action because she sees “gaming as fulfilling the developmental needs of teenagers through physical movement, social interaction, competition, achievement, and self-definition.”

Libraries all around the country, realizing the central plac…

Reversing the Sedentary Trend among America’s Youth

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A recent study showed that the growing sedentary trend among America’s youth can be reversed. The study, published in the July issue of Pediatrics , found that greater amounts of physical activity in young people correlates with decreased amounts of screen time. Researchers surveyed 5,685 households and 7,415 youngsters ages nine to fifteen. One striking feature of their findings strongly sugges…

Negativity

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One aspect of ADD folks that parents, spouses, teachers, therapists and other professionals fail to appreciate is that many of the behaviors that interfere with classroom functioning and interpersonal relationships are driven by the ADHD individual's need to create stimulation and, thus, "turn on" their brains. Dr. Daniel Amen makes the distinction that these behaviors are brain-driven, not will-d…