Cell Phones Kill Children’s Brains?

Cell Phones Kill Children’s Brains? May 12, 2018

Six times a year we get jaw-dropping bad material when Debi and Michael Pearl publish another issue of their magazine No Greater Joy. This time is no exception. The difference this time is one of their staff wrote the most awful and cringe-worthy piece instead of the Pearls. She openly defied the Pearls advice to beat your children with a plumbing line before she started claiming that video games, personal technology and cell phones kill children’s brains.

Her ten year old had what sounds like a huge wobbler of a hissy fit when she took away his cell phone, and we end up here with claims about addictions and technology.

The book she’s referencing here is How to Help Children Addicted to Video Games. While some kids can get obsessed with gaming is this really some huge addiction problem? There are ways to use access to technology and video games as discipline incentives.

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