The Mind is Where the Phone Is ISABELLA quiroga

Nowadays, parents substitute stimulating toys for technology. Exposing children to electronics before they can talk promotes the addiction of cell phone use.

The Evolution of Entretainment

Without realizing it, parents are causing the addiction of technology.
Teenagers do not socialize anymore. This generation is focused on the virtual world, and forget to acknowledge the people and the world surrounding them.

In order to develop direct communication, parents have to set limits on the use of phones. Setting limits can help reduce the addiction and stimulate the use of a conversation in order to communicate.

Setting limits can lead to go from the first image into the next one.

This problem can be solved by doing the following:

Setting Time Limits

Maintaining the Communication

Planning Family Activities

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Isabella Quiroga
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Created with images by jonathansautter - "eye android iris" • futurestreet - "Hold on a sec, mom, I'm on the phone" • Michael 1952 - "Live To Ride Me on a Bike" • jfiess - "untitled image" • Orange_Beard - "listen to ME!" • Leonardo Veras1 - "Texting" • justin - "Looking down the family table" • Alexas_Fotos - "the eleventh hour disaster alarm clock" • Akuppa - "Conversation" • dimitrisvetsikas1969 - "cycling family bicycle"

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