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How to control kids phone activity? | Forum

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Nelisa Dilana
Nelisa Dilana Nov 24 '22
How to control kids phone activity?
Ginger Nov 25 '22
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Kate taralin
Kate taralin Nov 25 '22
I find this service really useful. It is helping parents to monitor and to check various interesting news and to block dangerous websites.
Rikki Smith
Rikki Smith Feb 7 '23
Education is very important and I have a son who is not exactly a good boy. He often treated his classmates and teachers with disrespect. But later my friend who has a troubled daughter advised me respect definition for kids. After the purchase, I was pleasantly surprised that my son began to behave better and treat others with respect.
Alyvia Lynn
Alyvia Lynn Apr 5 '23
My adopted child's activity on his phone is too high. Maybe he has psychological problems. What should I do?
Rylee Davenport
Rylee Davenport Apr 5 '23
It's important to approach this situation with empathy and understanding, as there could be many reasons for increased phone activity. Have an open and honest conversation with your child about your concerns. Ask him about his phone usage and if there are any underlying issues he may be dealing with. Encourage other activities that can help your child develop social skills and reduce phone usage. This could include sports, hobbies, or spending time with family and friends. When I used the foster care services of the local orphanage, I knew that I could face such problems. I worked with a psychologist and orphanage staff who mentally prepared me for this process.
The Forum post is edited by Rylee Davenport Apr 5 '23