12 Ways To Break Your Children’s Addiction To Their Phones

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Nowadays, kids have a closer relationship to their phones than with their parents. Whether it’s because of a lack of patience or time from their parents, or a lack of education and socializing activities( for example, the way it happened in the pandemic), the kids do suffer the consequences.

If technology and the internet became such great sources of education and entertainment for adults, imagine what they did to children! The mind of a child understands very quickly its surroundings and soaks any kind of information like a sponge. Giving this, imagine the impact a telephone can have on the mind of a child. Isn’t it a bit terrifying?

Although we constantly have to adapt to modern society, the matter of children and their telephones needs to be understood and managed. If you suspect your child might be a little addicted to the telephone, let’s discuss 12 ways you can break their addiction.

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