kids. Tuesday , May 23rd , 2017 - 10:59:37 AM
In a management survey I read recently 88% of people who left their company said they didnt receive enough acknowledgement for the work they did and felt unappreciated. I found that percentage to be staggeringly high but not really a surprise.
So should kids have cell phones? If your kid is any younger than what I suggested than they may not be able to take care of a cell phone. Although some young kids could very well be more responsible then some high school student... so you have to make the judgment call on if you think your kid is responsible enough or not. Let them know that it is a privilege and it will be taken away if misused. The reason you get a cell phone for kids should be thought about carefully. Perhaps you can give them a way to earn it, by getting good grades or doing their chores! Also if they are in high school and really want a cell phone you could tell them if they want it that badly they need to get a job to pay for it.Finding the way to the closest Walmart. Sending your location to a friend. Looking up good Italian restaurants within a walking distance. While we often take these things for granted in the 21st century, these only became possible recently with the rapid development of GPS tracking and mobile technology. The technological innovations made our lives much more convenient, but all these benefits came with a cost; children became highly vulnerable to more predators online and offline. To ensure their childrens safety in a more vulnerable setting, more and more parents are starting to use GPS tracking on their kids phones, heating the debate on childrens privacy. So should parent use GPS tracking on their kids?
2) Respect: The best way to teach respectfulness is to treat your child respectfully. You should give your child the same courtesies you would give to anyone else, regardless if it is in business or pleasure. Children treat others the way their parents treat them. Your relationship with your child is the foundation for their relationships with others.
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