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How Screen Time Is Ruining Today’s Kids

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The average child spends 6.5 hours each day looking at screens – cell phones, tablets, computers and televisions. Meanwhile, boys play an average of 11.3 hours of video games a week.

If you think all of this screen time is detrimental to kids, you’re right, and a new documentary – Screenagers – takes an in-depth look at how screen time impacts children and teenagers.

On this week’s edition of Off The Grid Radio, we talk to Delaney Ruston, who edited, directed and co-produced Screenagers, which is receiving wide praise for tackling an issue that so often is ignored.

The film tells the stories of children and families who have experienced the negative effect of screen time – and who are doing something about it.

Delaney tells us:

Finally, Delaney shares with us a path forward – a solution that she and the teens in her family tried. Don’t miss this timely show if you’re concerned about how technology is affecting today’s generation … and society’s future!