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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The following post is from Sara (not her real name). She is an eighteen-year-old woman who is looking forward to going away to college. Unfortunately, her cyber past still seems to be haunting her. She has struggled with some emotional and family issues, and was even put into a treatment center. Her very open email… Read more
This blog is written by Alex, updating us on his growing awareness regarding his addictive cyber tendencies. If you compare this with his earlier post, I think you will see an unquestionable evolution in him. For me, the cyber world is a double-edged sword. The sword metaphor is more than appropriate for me, due to… Read more
Not everyone who plays video games, texts, or surfs the Net becomes addicted. That’s most certainly true. Our brains as well as genetics seem to explain why. Some people are simply at higher risk of developing an addiction. Looking at my family tree, I have no doubt that I was born with an elevated risk… Read more
My friend Terry Matlen runs a website called Moms with ADD. She asked me to write an article that would help her readers effectively navigate the cyber world for their children. Although geared toward ADHDers, this article is useful to most parents. I am not a mother, but I might as well be. I run… Read more
My experience has taught me that cyber junkies pursue online “rewards” that they lack in their lives: opportunities for achievement and challenge, social connection, discovery, exploration, stimulation, and excitement. It is not inherently bad to get these needs met in the cyber world, but some individuals become too dependent. The trick in empowering these usually… Read more