Do you have a monosyllabic teenager staring into your fridge? Find it hard to prise the kids off their screens? Do you insist at meal times they put their mobile phones away? We do. Does it always work? No! Recent research shows that the modern teenager spends up to 8 hours a day interacting with a screen of some description. That’s bonkers! And let’s face it it’s hard finding things to bring them back to the real world even for a brief minute. Maybe family card or board games are the answer. Ok I have to confess something here. I grew up in the late 70s and computer games were just on the rise. I spent way too many hours playing Dungeon Master or Horace goes skiing. So we are just as much to blame as the modern generation for screen hugging and blocking out the boring adult world but it was not always so prevalent and not in the palm of our hands like it is today. Our 48k Spectrum didn’t constantly ping at us to look at it. People on a regular basis press their home buttons on their phones to see if they have any messages. This is like repeatedly opening your front door to see if anyone is standing their, it’s crazy. We are a planet obsessed with being connected.
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