The way we raise our children has surely been changed by the growing effect of technology in our daily lives. Technology has permeated every aspect of our lives, from cellphones to social media sites, and its influence on how we parent cannot be ignored. Although technology provides advantages, it has also been connected to a number of unsettling phenomena, such as moral decay and a loss of vision in young people. To raise morally responsible and forward-thinking kids, parents and guardians must strike a balance between technology and more traditional parenting techniques. These are some pointers for parenting in digital age.
1.Establish Screen Time Limits: The first step in achieving a balance between technology and conventional parenting is to set screen time limits. Although technology is a great tool for communication and learning, it can also be addictive and take up too much of our kids' time. Setting limits on screen use and encouraging your kids to participate in other activities that advance their physical, social, and emotional development are therefore imperative.
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