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I would say while Screentime is always an important decision, in this case I see it as substantially more positive than negative. Addressing your concerns He isn't isolated or using it to avoid social contact, in fact it is a bonding opportunity with his father, it is fairly rare to have an activity a child and parent both genuinely enjoy so this is a ...


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As video game addictions go, Pokemon Go is one of the better ones. The value of having your child outside and walking around is tremendous. I see two possibilities here. Either he is actually addicted to the game (and if you take it away he will find another less healthy one to obsess over) or he is craving more daddy time. Either way the answer is the ...


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For the most part, limited screen time in children at that age is seen as potentially positive. The AAP sees an hour or so a day of educational programming for example as actually beneficial, and while Pokémon Go is not strictly educational it’s probably better than most in that regards. In addition, they recommend screen time alongside the parent, which ...


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