to connectVideoTeen cell phone addiction: How bad has it become?
One of two teenagers and feels “addicted” to their smartphone, according to a recent study. Statistics have shown that this can lead to two of the major Apple investors to take the company to offer more flexible parental control feature.
A Texas teenager has probably learned her lesson after her parents took her to Instagram, Snapchat, and Tik Tok is good for two weeks as a punishment.
The girl’s father, has shot to social media stardom after posting some hilarious videos, and silly selfies online, even though his daughter was allegedly said by the end of the two-week penalty, it may not be fast enough.
Tawyna, Ford, and Larry Sumpter from There, it was very excited to learn that their daughter, Madelynn, 15, who recently helped to sneak the boys are in a sleepover party, and carefully considering the best course of discipline. The couple decided to take their high school second-year and choose between a month without her cell phone, or as an alternative, which is to go two weeks without the machine and away from the control of the company’s various social media pages for her parents, Today is the day records.
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Madelynn is full of confidence, chose to go two weeks without her phone, but her mother explains that the teen has lived to regret the decision.
Since the take-over began on Nov. 11, of Sumpter, has gotten creative with the TikTok video, it received more than 26,000 views, over Facebook, a must-see is the lip sync a clip where he was dancing around in a cropped tank with your bare tummy, jean shorts, and cowboy boots. Ford, and the couple’s young son make an appearance in a rap video, captioned with clever hashtags “#MakeBetterChoices” and “#Parenting Win.”
Sumpter has taken to Instagram to share cool photos, including a shot of a shy looking Maddi, and playful selfies, with captions like, “I wonder what Maddi has been doing it without a the phone[?]”
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According to Ford, Madelynn, is more than ready for the stunt to be over.
“After the first day, and Madelynn was like, ‘I changed my mind, I can go for a month. He said to her, ” No.” I, too, am invested.’ I have a lot of ideas. We go to the next two weeks,'” Ford recalled. “He’s loving it. I think he’s going to have his own TikTok account, and when this is all over.
“We’re always down to embarrass our children.” the mother joked.
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