RE: A decalogue to educate in the use of technology

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These are some great rules that you've created for phone use. It's hard to not give a small child the phone to entertain them - even if you have that rule, other family members might not follow it! HA! We limit screen time and make them "work" in order to get some. I also have taken FB off my phone and use it way less. Thanks for putting together this post. Blessings!



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Also what you said about how it's affecting us is true! I mean you can drive down the road and see people with poor posture bent over their screens. I can only imagine that we'll have necks and shoulders that are malformed in the future!! Can you imagine what some of these teens will look like as old people who can't raise their heads!?!

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Thanks for reading and comment. It is difficult not to give the phone to a small child because the parents' desire is for the child to calm down or be calm and the cell phone achieves that immediately, but the problems that arise later should make us think.

A large number of older adults have cervical problems or osteoarthritis, not to mention the future of those who spend a long time with their heads bowed. Something will come up to fix this, hopefully.

Best regards

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It is true! So many kids I see with phones (including little ones). It especially happens in the US I believe because of the "entertainment" culture there. I used to have to tell my kids that they couldn't accept phones if we went out to eat with others and they gave the kids their phone to keep them entertained while we waited for food.

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