It feels like I know my grandson less now than when he was younger. He used to be an amusing kid. We’d go to museums and restaurants. Luffy One Piece 3D Hoodie. We’d play games, and cards, and chess. We’d actually discuss things. He was very outgoing. But now he only wants to be on the computer. He’s obsessed with this game called Fortnite. And what’s the other one? Grand Theft Auto. He’s losing his capacity to socialize face-to-face, especially with adults. He’s either staring at a screen or desperate to get back to it. It frightens me. He’s disassociating from the real world. He’s becoming more aggressive and rude. It’s all part of that culture. There’s a complete acceptance of violence. I can hear him screaming in his room: ‘Great body shot!’, ‘Great head shot!’ He spends his mother’s money on abstract things like new weapons and armor, then gets angry if she says ‘no.’ We’ve tried setting a screen time schedule with the school psychologist, but he’s angry about that. He’s always demanding more time.
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I feel like we’re losing him. He probably thinks that I’m just an old fart, and I’m not supporting his interests. Luffy One Piece 3D Hoodie. But I have no interest in entering that world. Just as he appears to have no interest in entering ours. I have an 11 yr old son. I realized at 4 the screens were slowly dimming his own light. So I limited screen time and banned any game that allows you to kill other people for fun. Integrated 2 hours a day of outdoor play time and I spent that time playing With him. I’m very proud to say that beyond one fight about Fortnite and the fact that he was the only 5th grader not allowed to play it, he got over it. It is time for parents to stand up to peer pressure. You do Not have to let your kids have phones or tablets or let them play games of violence. We are the parents. It’s time more people started acting like it.