Raising “Media Healthy” Children | Psychology Today.
Just yesterday, a mother called me about her daughter Delia. Delia, age 8, was voted off of her classroom lunch table. Apparently all of her “friends” had been watching reality television shows and like all kids do – begin imitating what they watched and believed to be true. Unfortunately, it brought Delia to tears and shook her confidence to the core. It then opened a powerful dialogue among the parents, teachers and community. Is media helpful? If so, how much? Are parents moderating their children’s media intake? Or do kids have free media rein?
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