In the digitized age, parenting behavior is important. Adults teach values to youth by expressing kindness and good behavior online. From adults, you should reduce your media use and interact with your child all the time.
Children learn best through close and personal communication. Rather than sending messages to a cup computer or smartphone, you should spend time with your children and talk directly to them.
The time spent with your child allows you to build up positive self-esteem, trust, and self-confidence. You can also spend more time with your family, have a good meal, and take care of your child's health and well-being.
It is good not to use technology as an emotional stabilizing means. The media helps calm the child, but it is too direct and stimulating. Through reading and writing, you should teach your children how to distinguish and handle emotions, such as overcoming boredom and discussing ways to solve problems or finding other solutions.
Relying on online is an abnormal youth development. But you can not stop using the Internet at all. So you have to make sure that your child is well adapted to both the real world and the online world.
Platform privacy settings do not make personal things private, and everything you share with your personal photos, anxieties, and online turns into instant digital exposure.
Young people are also worried about their personal information being exposed on the Internet. Using social networking media increases the risk of identity theft.
Parents should transfer their feelings. We must not let it go, but let it correct the mistake. You should let your child know that you will always help them build their own experiences.
Media gadgets make social connections not only for us but also for children. We are connected to friends and family, know enough about the news, get a lot of information, and get things done with just a few clicks. It has become possible since data and communications innovation has occurred.