Smart phones are making teens lonely Hannah Walker

Parents should not let their teens have a smart phones because once teens start using smart phones this social media access can lead the her or she becoming addicted to the device, which becomes almost a medication to cope with.

After becoming addicted to their device, teens loose touch with their friends and forget how to interact with others because of the smart phone obsession the they grow to have.

Before the teen recognizes the issue, they find themselves lonely with no friends and all that is left is their smart phone because that is the main relationship her or she has formed.

The effects of a smart phone are so strong that this device becomes apart of their everyday life.

This problem can be simply solved by parents not allowing teens ages 13-15 to have a smart phone because the teen is not fully developed and will not know how to properly use their phone.

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