Let’s be frank, as parents we didn’t grow up with the advanced technology our children enjoy today. Even if we had a mobile phone or PlayStation we didn’t have access to the choice available today. Yes, our children are lucky. So lucky. Being a child in the Age of Technology means having access to whole […]READ MORE..
Gaming, racing, and high risk on screen behaviors could be adversely affecting your teenagers behavior in real world situations.
In studies examining the influence of violent and risk taking game play in young people aged 9 to 19; Researchers from the department of psychological and brain sciences at Dartmouth College have found that playing such games significantly increases aggressive and unpleasant behaviors in the real world.READ MORE..