Screen Time is Ruining Kids Relationships, Says Child Psychologist


IMAGE DISTRIBUTED FOR BOYS & GIRLS CLUBS OF AMERICA – A youth from Union League Boys & Girls Clubs is immersed in Samsung technology in the renovated “Tween Tech Center” for the first time on Thursday, Nov. 20, 2014. Through a national partnership with Samsung and Boys & Girls Clubs of America, 10 Clubs across the nation will receive a modernized technology classroom in 2014 to spark kids’ interest in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) and prepare young people for 21st century success. (Charles Cherney/AP Images for Boys & Girls Clubs of America)


San Francisco-based child psychologist Dr. Madeline Levine says screentime can ruin relationships and hurts kids, so what can parents do?

Do you limit the amount of time your kids have in front of screens?

Levine joins The Chip Franklin Show to share her new book, The Price of Privilege, which addresses the stresses of covid and back to school, dealing with masks, anxiety, and everything else.

Listen to the complete conversation between Levine and Franklin below.

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