Sometimes things get grossly overlooked because they are so incredibly obvious.
A lot like the story of The Emperor’s New Clothes.
Even many parenting experts, who tout the importance of building relationships with our kids, too often marginalize what our culture alone is doing to their attitudes, appetites and actions.
By age 17 the average American youth will have consumed 60,000 hours of media – that’s nearly half their childhood!
Ironically, one of the biggest challenges the digital age faces is digital technology.
So how can you do it?
Setting better limits on what and how much our kids are allowed to view and listen to will give us that much more time to build those healthy relationships – all while shielding them from the overwhelming glut of trash coming to and through the average American household.
Conversation Starter: What are some steps you can take to address the challenge of the digital age?