How to De-addict Your Kid from Mobile Phone

How to De-addict Your Kid from Mobile Phone

Hi my name is Yasmeen. I am a mother of two kids my elder son is 4 years old and my younger son is 7 months old. Being a mother of two kids was very busy on concentrating on my little one sometimes it was a very hectic day and even frustrating sometimes at that time I started giving mobile phone to my son. Before my second kid he was very active playing kid, socialising with everyone. But suddenly he started  feeling lonely because my total time and attention was with my little one. At that time my elder son Ruhaan addicted to mobile phone by watching rhymes in you tube.

I didn’t notice that much but day by day my son becoming very angry, irritating, frustrated not even talking on phone with his grandparents not having his food unless he has mobile phone in his hand..At tat time me n my husband noticed why this drastic change occurred in my son?  We were worried abt our son..Then we had decided to solve this situation so my husband got an idea then he told my son that one of his friends daughter lost his eyes by seeing mobile phone every time by showing him some Google pics in which some babies have large and red eyes means the scary eyes, he saw those pics and got scared to touch mobile phone  and his dad also promised him tat he will buy as many toys he want if he stop using mobile phone. That was the deal between dad and son. Finally thankfully my son stopped using mobile phone and he started playing with his toys and  little  brother ? We are happy parents now. Please  my dear parents think wise n help ur kids not to addict mobile phone it can damage your child’s brain and  eyes.

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