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Are YOU Addicted?
Transcript of Are YOU Addicted?
Here are some
questions from a
how you might do...
I would feel uncomfortable without constant access to information through my smartphone.
If I did not have a data signal or could not connect to Wi-Fi, then I would constantly check to see if I had a signal or could find a Wi-Fi network.
If I could not use my smartphone, I would be afraid of getting stranded somewhere.
I would feel anxious because I could not instantly communicate with my family and/or friends.
I would feel awkward because I could not check my notifications for updates from my connections and online networks.
WHY do we become addicted?
FIRST: There are people who are TRYING to get you to be "hooked" ...
SECOND: There are no "stopping cues".
Third: It builds an addiction to the dopamine "fix" that you get when you use it.
When young brains are exposed to addictive substances/behaviors the addictions are much worse.
How is phone/tech. addiction effecting our youth?
Is it really that big of deal?
To help curb your phone addiction we have a CONTEST that will be happening for the ENITRE MONTH of APRIL
Here are the details:
Turn in your phone to your 1st period teacher and pick it up at the end of the day.
Every day that you turn it in, you will be entered in a drawing.
There will be weekly drawings and drawings for BIG PRIZES at the end of the month.
The contest will start AFTER Spring Break and run through the month of April.
Let's PUT DOWN our devices and LOOK UP in APRIL!!
Relative risk of getting less than seven hours of sleep on most nights based on screen (black bars) and nonscreen (gray bars) activity.
Percentage of teens who get less than seven hours of sleep on most nights.
These people are getting enough sleep
2010 is when smartphones were integrated into our daily lives
What are we going to do
Put yourself on a tech. "Diet"
Put off getting kids a "smart" phone as long as possible. "Dumb" phones are good for communicating without access to apps and the internet.
Once they have a smartphone, LIMIT the amount of time they are on their device. Sporadic use is unlikely to be harmful. In fact research shows that using a device for 2 hours or LESS does not significantly impact mental health.
Use apps to monitor and limit what is available.
Don't let kids have phones/devices in their rooms throughout the night. Get them an alarm clock!
Use helpful apps...like SCREEN TIME and OUR PACT
These are some apps that are helpful
Good Apps vs. Bad Apps
These people are not getting enough sleep
Twenge, Jean M. PhD. (2017)
iGen, Why Today's Super Connected Kids Are
Growing Up Less Rebellious, More Tolerant, Less Happy and Completely
Unprepared for Adulthood and What That Means for the Rest of Us.
TED. (2017). Adam Alter:
Why Our Screens Make Us Less Happy.
TED. (2014). Lior Frenkel:
Why We Should Rethink our Relationship With the
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TED. (2015). Gary Turk:
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TED. (2016). Simon Sinek:
Millennials in the Workplace.
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Technology isn't ALL BAD
Send This Instead
This app that can help when someone is requesting inappropriate pics
Please....turn off your phones and put them away.
How annoyed were you by me asking you to turn your phone off and put it away?
Increase in Mental Health issues like: depression, anxiety, suicidal ideation, as well as increased feelings of isolation. It's true...look at the stats:
Depressive symptoms in 10th graders
Time spent in
The effects of sleep deprivation
Sleep experts say that teens should get nine hours of sleep a night. A teen who is getting less than seven hours a night is significantly "sleep deprived"
What is the lack of sleep doing to our teens?
When you phub, this is what you look like to the people you care about most.
There is a HUGE increase in feelings of loneliness and our phones may be the reason...
8th 10th and 12th graders who report they often feel left out or lonely.
These are REAL TEENS at an
What is the result of phubbing and not taking care of our relationships?
Feelings of isolation
Lack of social skills
In fact in a 2017 SHARP survey of Davis School District students, 51% of students who reported feeling sad or hopeless for 2 weeks or more reported they would talk to no one about their feelings.
Then there are THESE:
Girls vs. Boys
Sexting/ Sex Addiction
Anonymity emboldens bullies to say things they wouldn't in person...they cower behind user names and fake profiles from miles away constantly berating and abusing.
Teens who are cyber-bullied often say there is no way to get away from their tormentors. It makes it more difficult to move on. Also it doesn't disappears but is permanently there unless someone takes inconvenient measures to make it go away.
The biggest reason is because of WHAT they are doing on-line.
Youth feel pressured and don't dare say no.
It is a crime and kids can and do get charged.
Predators are "cat-fishing" kids and then blackmailing them.
"invisible" apps allow for hiding things from adults.
Girls vs. Boys
Technology is effecting our girls and boys differently.
Is Cyberbullying WORSE?
"when you can't think of the right words, the notOK APP takes the guess work out of getting the help and support you need through immediate support from your friends, family, or peer network.
Simply open the app. tap the not OK button, and at text message along with your current location will be sent to your pre-selected contacts.
Are YOU addicted?
Not isolating yourself
Not having secrets
Roughly 2/3 of sex addicts have one or more of these characteristics:
Come from a disengaged/distant family.
Quiet, introverted personality type.
High importance on social perception of the family as a unit.
Sex Addiction Treatment