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Dear Dan,

My teenage kids spend a lot of time on their phones, especially on social media (mạng xã hội). I’m worried about what all this screen time (thời gian sử dụng màn hình) does to their mental health (sức khỏe tinh thần). Should I put strict limits on their screen time?

How your kids use their devices matters much more than for how long they use them —especially during times when face-to-face interactions (tương tác) are limited, such as school vacations or during COVID-19.

Over a period of six weeks during Peru’s most stringent COVID-19 lockdown, researchers in Peru surveyed teenagers about screen time. They asked about their subjects’ experiences online: their feelings of loneliness or of wellbeing and their sources of social support. The study found that chatting with friends and family or joining multiplayer video games had a positive effect on the teenagers and left them feeling less lonely and with higher well-being. Passive engagements, on the other hand—such as enviously scrolling through retouched Instagram selfies—took a toll on teens’ loneliness and wellbeing.

Given that forming friendships and interacting with people outside of the family is especially important to teenagers, spending more time online during COVID could be positive, provided that the time online is used to actively engage with others and not to passively engage with the digital world.

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