Are you worried that your child spends more time on their devices than with you?
Do you think they’re obsessed with their (or your) smartphones: your little one’s watching YouTube cartoons or playing games non-stop, and the older one is looking at it every few minutes, texting friends all the time, checking to see how many “likes” they’ve got after they’ve posted on social media, refusing to put their smartphones to one side round the dinner table?
In short, are they addicted to their smartphone?
If so, How to Manage your Child’s Smartphone Addiction is here to help.
How to Manage your Child’s Smartphone Addiction is a smart, practical and useful guide to help you conquer your child’s mobile phone addiction – and take back your family life in the process.
Recent studies have shown that spending extended time on our phones affects our ability to form new memories, think deeply, focus and absorb information, and the hormones triggered every time we hear our phones buzz both add to our stress levels and are the hallmark signs of addiction.
In, How to Manage your Child’s Smartphone Addiction, English teacher & mother of 3, Farhat Amin explores the effects that our kids constant connectivity is having on our kids brains, bodies and family life and asks, how much time do they really need to spend on their phone?
Your child doesn’t have to give up their phone forever; instead they will be more mindful not only of how they use their phone, but also about how you choose to spend the precious moments of their life.