yesterday, New York Times It tells a story about how children spent too much time playing video games and using mobile phones during the covid-19 pandemic. Today, this story is on the front page of the newspaper.It seems strange considering how the world is disintegrating and democracy is disappearing before our eyes, but, yes, let us consider that the children may be playing too much Rob Rox.
article, Runs on January 16Some experts were quoted and many “scary” figures about the show time were put forward. But this also obscures the fact that video games and the Internet have helped many people (children and adults) stay in touch and stay sane during this terrible time.
The entire post was strangely booked by a small random family currently struggling in the pandemic. Their son plays a lot of video games to connect with friends. His father and mother were worried about how much time he spent in front of the screen, but he also knew that this was one of several ways he had to socialize safely while covid-19 was running wild around the world. I think this is a difficult situation, and I think many parents around the world are experiencing this situation. But only highlighting children and how much screen time they use, it ignores that all of us, not just children and teenagers, are dealing with the increase in screen time and the lack of real human interaction. Instead, this article continues to explore how unhealthy and dangerous all this screen time is for children. How do children need to disconnect more.Kids play too much Rob Rox.
“When you are married and under pressure, what are you going to do? Tell your wife, do you need to play Xbox?” This is a sentence from the mother’s story, because the son explained that after their dog died on New Year’s Eve, he Use games to get rid of sadness. Presented as negative. But when I and others use video games to relieve stress or get out of a bad day, I can list countless times. This is not my attempt to throw this mother under the bus. I can understand the frustration she and many others are experiencing.
The real question is why this frustration needs to be placed on the first page of the ad New York TimesAppeared in an article that views video games and the Internet as dangerous, addictive things that are destroying our children and restraining them. Literally, the beginning of this article quoted his father saying that he felt he had “failed” his son because he played video games and used a mobile phone. As I saw in some local news broadcasts in the 90s, the background is a clip of NES children.
This is not the first time we see Larger and older stores are only for kids who play games And try to use scary information and scary numbers to construct a narrative that completely ignores reality.
Is there any reason to worry about how much time we all spend online? probably. Spending 12 hours on Twitter, destined to be involved in the latest tragedy, probably hurt me in a way that I don’t fully understand. However, things are different now. The world is fighting a global pandemic that kills thousands every day. Many of us are trapped inside, dealing with all the stress and boredom. Through all this, we continue to work, go to school, raise children and deal with hundreds of other issues. I don’t have to tell you how difficult life has been for many of us in the past year (check calendar)? (damn it…)
So if you or your child need to escape and want to play some my world Maybe you will end up playing a few more hours than usual, don’t worry. We all rely on digital apps and services to stay connected and happy. Binge some Netflix. Have a Zoom hangout meeting with family and friends.Or play some Call of Duty Theater And your long-distance brothers and sisters.
Life is already very difficult now. Don’t beat yourself for taking care of yourself or letting children play with friends.