As technology advances and digital devices infiltrate our homes, it is important to monitor how our kids are using these items. But how can you decrease your kids' overreliance on technology without stifling their freedom or making them ''outsiders'' amongst their peers?
It can seem that there is no satisfactory solution to this dilemma, but do not despairthe assistance you need is here!
In ''The Game is Playing Your Kid: How to Unplug and Reconnect in the Digital Age,'' Dr. Joe Dilley shares his profoundly effective three-step process that will facilitate your kids' transition away from overuse of technology and toward more responsible and mindful use, so they unplug from devices and reconnect with your family in organic, lasting ways.
|Publisher:||Bascom Hill Publishing Group, Limited|
|Product dimensions:||5.20(w) x 7.90(h) x 0.80(d)|
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Reviewed by Roy T. James for Readers' Favorite The Game Is Playing Your Kid: How to Unplug and Reconnect in the Digital Age by Dr. Joe Dilley confronts a perennial problem: how to keep children away from playing recreational electronic games while the parents want them to study and get better grades. This has now reached alarming proportions, the proliferation of modern technology making it easy to go wayward. Dr Joe examines this from every angle, starting with the family. He dwells on the elements of a child’s learning, lists alternatives that can fill the void, and explains how to and how not to introduce restrictions to a child. The Game Is Playing Your Kid by Dr. Joe Dilley is a guide for happy parenting. Rather than looking at the absolute unsuitability of all the electronic gadgets children enjoy, Dr Joe has taken efforts to identify positive ways of connecting children and parents. With imaginative tips and concepts like Crafty Appeals, Triangle Defense, Chill Time, Kill Switch and scores of others, this book is poised to become an oft referred to guide in parenting. Many methods Dr Joe suggests in better parenting, like sequencing responsibility and privilege, have an air of originality. This is a very good book, a factual page turner, which held my attention from the very start till I reached the back cover.