When you think of addictive things, video games are not the first thing that comes to mind. However in 2018, the World Health Organization listed video game addiction as a mental health condition. The care of your child is too important not to consider the question, “Is my child addicted ..Continue Reading
According to the Washington Post, childhood friendships play a pivotal part in nurturing our personality. Having good friends who give useful advice, help you out with studying, support you, and bring out the best in you are a blessing, to say the least. But if someone stumbles upon the wrong ..Continue Reading
It won’t be wrong to say that your phone is an indispensable part of your existence. We not only invest quite some money in getting one but also rely on them. Cell phones help us get through too many of our everyday tasks which we can’t manage on our own. ..Continue Reading
At times, even the most harmless looking things can have very undesirable effects on your child’s mental and physical health. Common examples are sweet candies, excessive use of phones and video games.
As parents, we’ve told our kids off countless times to put down their phone and do something productive. Teenagers busy on their phone, oblivious to the world around them are a ubiquitous image; we see it everywhere. But what are our children doing on their phone exactly? Using apps such ..Continue Reading