If it’s shocking, you’ll get people’s attention. But is this the best tactic? Find out!
Shock value is one of the easiest ways to draw an audience, but it’s also the most primitive type of humor.
Is it prudent to think that our kids can enjoy all the benefits of digital technology without any of the corruption, addictions, or other risks associated with it? Are the risks worth the reward? Is giving our kids unfettered access to smartphones wise for our families? Is it even possible to know when our kids are becoming (or have become) eye-slaves to their digital devices? Do we have what it takes to step in and guide our kids towards living a balanced and healthy life? How do we determine the difference between healthy digital use and unhealthy interaction?
The Impact of Screens on Our Children & Teens We’ve seen that screens often become something like our children’s “other parents” but has it become even worse than that? Could these smart devices have become our children’s god? What does the …