One of the biggest concerns that parents have today is the way technology and media have taken over their children's lives. Let's face it. We live in a world governed by technology and stay connected through social media. Interaction between people is more often through electronic media rather than in person, even if the person is sitting across your cubicle in office! This trend extends to our children as well....
The overuse of electronic media is undeniable, and this article provides a great reference for limiting the impact of this world-wide-web on younger generations. Although, I can\'t help but worry about the extent to which we NEED electronics. As a gen-z child myself (not a self-ascribed label, please believe me), the nature of my college studies, submission, connectivity and consumption of music (that which I need to ground me in this fast-paced world) are all tied with my perpetual use of the internet. I\'m not sure what that makes of appropriate boundaries with electronic devices. Perhaps someone wiser can show me the way :) -Alekhya Velidanda
What I appreciate in this article is that the author places emphasis on influencing and not placing unrealistic restrictions, also to encourage and to not demotivate someone from using something. It is the right way to treat a child who spends much of time on gadgets.
Good information and idea given.
Very nicely articulated and definitely helpful info for all parents
good taken some part to show my children
very helpful article
Very well written article..worth a read!