Teenagers Can’t Stop Texting At The Table, Dad Comes Up With An Unexpected Solution
Teenagers are always on their phones texting and you can’t just take their phones away from them, or else they will rebel. This Dad came up with an amazing solution to get his kids to put their phones away and concentrate on dinner with family. We should definitely follow him.
It's considered rude
We often see people using their phones during social activities, in spite of it being rude. The people who you are with, feel ignored. It is annoying to see your kids glued to the phone.
A study by Deloitte says that Americans look at their phones 50+ times every day. And people are missing on the real life because of the virtual life. According to another survey, by Virginia Tech in Washington Post, using your phone while social situations can lead to missing a significant amount of human contact.
What it says...
"Even without active use, the presence of mobile technologies has the potential to divert individuals from face-to-face exchanges, thereby undermining the character and depth of these connections. Individuals are more likely to miss subtle cues, facial expressions, and changes in the tone of their conversation partner's voice, and have less eye contact."
This video holds a strong message to pass on to your loved ones who are glued to the phones 24/7. This dad is brilliant at his game and we should do the same with our children for them to understand.
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