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A commonly asked question in parenting classes is, “When can a child have a cell phone?” The question is often followed by, “He tells me all his friends have one.” Not all kids have cell phones. And there’s no perfect age. It’s a privilege, not a right. Middle school and high school kids are the typical age group using cell phones. When Mom and Dad are no longer transporting or attending every event with the child, a cell phone is a p»
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As technology advances and cell phones continue to do far more than just connect phone calls...
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Ah yes, life before cell phones. I remember that time. My Freshman year of college I drove several hours to visit a friend and had to call them from a pay phone to get directions to their house. Those were the days. Ya know, before you had a mini-anxiety attack because you forgot a little(...)
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Yesterday, I took a group of students down the river here in Durango.  Every summer, we like to share the outdoors with our friends from around the world here at KIVU.  We Mountain Bike, Hike, Raft, and Ski, all to develop friendships and connect people with one another.   Well, crazy thing happened.  I started asking the kids in my raft about cell phones and their usage habits.  Once again, you can learn a lot from someone when you have the»
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Can you hear me now? According to research, 22 percent of young children own a cell phone (ages 6-9), 60 percent of tweens (ages 10-14), and 84 percent of teens. Now that it’s back-to-school time, many parents make the decision to arm their kids with cell phones. Parents generally say they do so for safety reasons; they want to be able to reach the child anytime. Cost is also a factor. Cell phone industry experts say phones and family plans are»
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(originally published on Oct 2, 2009 but revised and updated on December 2, 2011) I heard it said recently that cellphones have become the electronic pacifier of the 21st century. Wow! Yesthat is true.  We have students that cannot be without their cell phone. As a girls minister, we have seen this to be a problem not just for our teens but for our parents as well. Sometimes parents are the ones who are wanting their child to have a cell phone s»
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(originally published on Oct 2, 2009 but revised and updated on December 2, 2011) I heard it said recently that cellphones have become the electronic pacifier of the 21st century. Wow! Yesthat is true.  We have students that cannot be without their cell phone. As a girls minister, we have seen this to be a problem not just for our teens but for our parents as well. Sometimes parents are the ones who are wanting their child to have a cell phone s»
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(originally published on Oct 2, 2009 but revised and updated on December 2, 2011) I heard it said recently that cellphones have become the electronic pacifier of the 21st century. Wow! Yesthat is true.  We have students that cannot be without their cell phone. As a girls minister, we have seen this to be a problem not just for our teens but for our parents as well. Sometimes parents are the ones who are wanting their child to have a cell phone s»