A survey conducted among parents and children revealed that some of families have a tense relationship with each other because they spend too much time on devices rather than with each other. Research shows that 36 percent of parents get distracted by gadgets during conversations, they start to interact less with their children, and children have to compete with digital devices for their parent's attention that can further flow into behavioral problems for them and cause either physical or mental disorders.
But this doesn't make digital technologies a 'bad guy' as digital technology and innovation through increased access to learning, interest groups, markets and services, as well as other benefits can help children realize their potential and ultimately open the door to a better future, so it's only a matter of rational and healthy usage of gadgets: both parents and children should hold on to so called 'digital diet' in order to avoid a harmful effect and keep a balance in their lives. Technologies are important for people — they make life easier and help to make new discoveries, but upon condition that the person controls the technology, and not vice versa.
A recent study shows that poor affection in the childhood cultivates inferior self-confidence and makes kids feeling more estranged, aggressive, violent, and anti-social, such children are tend to have problems with psychological health, to be more likely subject to depression and anxiety, and are less capable of displaying compassion and relating to other people. Then on the contrary — individuals who described to be getting care and love expressed by parents facilitated a better self-image, better-quality educational performance, healthier parent-child communication, and fewer psychosomatic and behavioral difficulties as well as happier, healthier and more successful lives as adults. Well then, how can you bring more affection into your family? The answer is quite simple — be playful with your child! Do enjoyable activities together as playing games, block-building, crafting, coloring, etc.