The average European child spends 3-4 hours online every day. That also means that our children, kept in check by their parents, who spend 1-1.5 hours a day online, balance out their peers who spend 6-8 hours a day online.
Edit Frivaldszky, CNE.news
Job Title: Columnist about motherhood
Edit Frivaldszky lives in Tata, Hungary. She works as a training and development specialist and is also active in the pro-life and pro-family fields. Edit holds a degree in English Literature and Linguistics (MA) and Economics (BA). She lives with her husband and their three teenage daughters. They are active in their local community and spend their free time meeting friends, playing music or preparing something delicious.
We gave into the social pressure and the demands of online schoolwork: at the age of 12, our kids got their own phones. Well, not iPhones, nor smartphones... but "dumbphones". You know, the ones with buttons.
Ever had a Monday morning when you didn't feel like getting up? When you open your eyes and you know that in the next hour or so you have to somehow wake up the kids, prepare their snacks, and check that they're packed.
Suddenly, she said, "Mom, I understand that there are children who are adopted, but where do they come from? Why do they become „adoptable”?
The end of summer is finally here! No more heat, no more money-killing camp and holiday spending, children back in the institutional education system. Hooray! Or not so hooray?