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Screen Addiction | Juniors

Language: English

Instructors: Pepkidz

Why this course?


Summary of the Lesson 


This session aims to   student’s understanding about causal factors associated with various addictions like screen addiction as well as ways to overcome it. Using intriguing case studies and ambiguous simulations, the student learns how to identify, recognize and deal with addictive tasks and substances. 

What your child will learn 

H: Handling the addiction situations and tendencies promptly. 

A: Analyzing and recognizing the kinds of addictions. 

B: Bracing them to cope with addictive substances. 

I: Identify and evaluate appropriate strategies.

T: To provide suggestions to peers as and when required. 


How is it going to help your child 

Precaution: Helps the child to make sound choices. 

Early identification: Addiction can be manifested in subtle ways, knowing the symptoms helps in identifying it early.

Building resilience: Supports the child to get the right emotional resources to disengage in any form of addiction. 


What to Expect 


Expect the child to identify early signs of all kinds of teen addictions and make informed decisions to avoid themselves from getting addicted.

Parental Play & Role 

Check the warning signs: If you suspect addiction of any particular pattern or substance, notice the changes in the child’s behaviour. If you find enough evidence, only then take action- like talking or counselling the child. 

Don’t blame the child: A child may get addicted to a specific pattern or substance unknowingly or due to peer pressure, blaming and scolding will make it worse, instead be their confidant. 

Seek professional help: If you find the child’s addiction to be severe, your child may require professional help from mental health professionals. 


Psychology Insight 

The most common reasons for Teen Drug Abuse are peer pressure and social influence, escape or self-medication and academic or performance pressure. Developing emotional intelligence and resilience lowers the risk of teenagers engaging in addiction. 


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