Parenting

my eldest daughter is in std4th she is asking for a mobile n explains that other friends also have n when I refuse she acts arrogantn annoyed

Priyanka Agarwal
7 to 11 years

Created by
Updated on Aug 02, 2017

behaviour

  • 8
Comments ()
Kindly Login or Register to post a comment.
Amit Jain

| Aug 08, 2017

You can talk to her saying that mobile is not allowed in school and if she wants to use it she can do it for 1 hr at home after fo. ishing her HW.

  • Report
Shilpa Nandi Deb

| Aug 05, 2017

I am also facing same problem

  • Report
Beenu Anjani

| Aug 03, 2017

i m also affected this prob5

  • Report
Mini

| Aug 03, 2017

My son was also having addiction and he is seven years old but when visited eye specialist and he has suggested for zero mobile and TV,I explained him and takes in confident and now he is not touching mobile phones,but TV watching as he got bored. Please suggest activities to use less TV.

  • Report
Hashada Gogate

| Aug 02, 2017

Regarding mobile phones.... take your children in confidence and explain them about the disadvantages of the connecting rays that a mobile phone effects a human being specially children. I have explained my kids right from childhood that mobiles r very dangerous to the brain cells and that the brain cells die due to the rays of the mobile... tell your kid that not to compare herself with her other friends who have those idiot gazettes. explain her that its their loss in using mobile phones.... I will take time but it will work...

  • Report
Rajitha Vanga

| Aug 02, 2017

My son is in 3rd std. He too started getting addicted to my new mobile. But I started restricting him by showing the videos causing adverse effects of cell phones. I made him self to delete games restricting one or two games. I my self try to avoid phone in front of him. Now he stopped asking phone from me.

  • Report
Swagata Sarkar

| Aug 02, 2017

My daughter asks for tab or mobile. I have restricted the time for playing with gadgets. I keep her busy in different constructive games.

  • Report
debapriya mukherjee

| Aug 02, 2017

So far mobile is concerned the child regards it as the most lucrative entertainment more than tv s. It is just a phase like any other toys he or she is demanding for. Better you give him yours and watch what he is upto. He will hardly hang out for a week or so then it will be over. Dear .make him engage in his daily routine so much so that he can hardly get the time to scroll down.

  • Report
+ START A PARENT TALK
Top Parenting Blogs
Loading
Heading

Some custom error

Heading

Some custom error