It's a common struggle moms and dads face — and social media may be largely to blame.
Experts share their best advice for embracing the joy of missing out.
Experts detail ways you can still get "me" time and stick to commitments.
New research shows a little FOMO, or fear of missing out, might be just enough to get us out the door.
Many are suffering behind the glow of their smartphones.
A new poll found 71 percent of people admit making excuses to get out of attending social gatherings at least some of the time.
Signs: always carrying a charger, feeling anxious about the idea of running out of battery, constantly checking for messages and sleeping with a phone.
YOLO and FOMO: our Castor and Pollux.
While I encourage singles who are experiencing a recent breakup to do their digital housekeeping, so they can move onto a healthy relationship without obsessing about their ex, there's another type of unfriending that's been going on and it can really hurt -- getting dumped by a platonic friend when you don't see it coming.