Almost a million Spanish children feel alone at home

Almost a million Spanish children feel alone at home

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According to a survey, three out of ten Spanish children, between 6 and 14 years old, feel alone at home. They end up using mobile phones, television and video games to combat his loneliness.

Let's not underestimate our children. They perceive and learn everything much faster than we imagine. If children say they feel lonely, it is because they feel that way. Some manifest it, others seek alternatives, but all suffer in the end. Children are not alone only in the afternoon. Many times they eat dinner without the company of their parents, and do their homework without the guidance or help of anyone. However, the most worrying thing about the results of the Survey is that many children declared to live in an extreme situation of isolation with their parents. Some even say that they don't even remember the last time they had a simple chat with their parents.

Every day there are more homes in which technology replaces parental attention, communication and affection. Four out of ten children have a television in their room, and they watch it daily, without any control. Also on a daily basis, 37% use video games. On the other hand, parents (mainly those of these children), complain that their children do not have a good school performance, that they do not speak to them, do not tell them their problems, and that every day they isolate themselves more in their room. They do not respect them, they do not know them, and they are very aggressive and very at your leisure, with them. Why it may be?

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