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Dr. James StillWell

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How much is too much time on your electronics

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How much is too much time on your electronics
http://chic.clipsyndicate.com/video/playlist/12507/7174324?cpt=8&wpid=2637 Wed, 15 Nov 2017 17:48:29 +0000 Dr. James StillWell How much is too much time on your electronics http://chic.clipsyndicate.com/video/playlist/12507/7174324?cpt=8&wpid=2637 WTVQ Lexington, KY c1 3 counselor dr. james stillwell is here to discuss informative ways to transition from the television, computer and games back to reality. guest: dr. james stillwell title: licensed pastoral counselor company: dr. james stillwell ministries topic: managing screen time for children 1. is there a biological reason children are fascinated with screens? 2. what are some ways to encourage our children to walk away c1 3 to call them back into this world to quickly you you figure saying that there is there we definitely need a type of transition to get them away fro these the transition time what typically happens for all of a sudden nothing were bad people for doing this we just don't know is we say okay five more minutes and we the were giving them information they don't hea us thought during another world they literally cannot hear of the dopamine is taken off in th brain giving them pleasure and protecting them from pain and so when it comes time in our five minutes is up there not ready so we just them away out of their world and no wonder they screen they are in physica pain because this is world of pleasure that there and is bein ripped away from them this is literally happening in the brain you you brought up the dopamine and directing some additional chemical reactions that is it's pulling the mid-yo will imagine how you feel when the football game or basketball game right where favorite movie or even a videogame that you're playing the electricity goes off at the most attention you you go crazy but i imagine a child who doesn't even others had any of the same things happening to them i remember susan called students get prett crazy if like there xbox will often i was in school and people do get a so i see the what you think we can do to really encourage them to step away from the you know the folder from th videogame well i think what i wanted to emphasize is you want to help your child transition out of the virtual world into the real world so what i say for the is versed of all you join them right you sit with your child and give it 30 to 60 seconds ask questions about what's on the screen what you're doing is you are there allowing you into the world is your being there with them that feels good to them ask questions all the characters on the screen but they see where they what level the on whatever early interest in bonding with your child your using them out of that world into this world and and many times bilby's literally so glad that you're interacting with right and connecting with them on their game the building ready to turn it off themselves to join you in your world i'm listening to the and i i laughed but i'm seriously having issues with this with the kids really help because generally what you do parent or the like got five minutes to hear that really interesting can parent model good behavior okay but here again we can't expect our children to do something were not willing you and associated all the time at the table when we should be interacting face-t- face with our device a phone or our ipad or television your whatever if we think our screen time is more worried than anything in the world will have zero credibility helping them with their script to do is i do is i do rise through the ups this you will be affect wild when you buy an i know well very good information we have your information also up on the green anyone who would need to come in and have counseling with you on





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