It’s ‘digital heroin’: How screens turn kids into psychotic junkies

Electronics are no substitute for patenting. You still need to engage with them and guide them to make appropriate choices no matter how”educational”.

The quality of this reporting is woeful and it’s sole purpose is to sell a book that didn’t need to be written. As a sales tool “education”, “children” and “fear” peddling are excellent, driving parents to part with their hard earned. 

The author makes claim after claim with nothing more than an anecdote and a “trust me, I know” to back them up.

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