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Iphone Agreement With Mom

14. Leave your phone sometimes at home and feel safe and secure in this decision. This is not alive or an extension of you. Learn to live without her. Be bigger and more powerful than FOMO (fear of missing out). Merry Christmas! You are proud to own an iPhone. Hot Damn! You are a good 13-year-old responsible boy and you deserve this gift. But with the adoption of this present, there are rules and regulations. Please read the following contract. I hope you will understand that my job is to make you a well rounded and healthy young man, able to function in the world and coexist with technology, and who cannot be governed by it. If you don`t follow the list below, your iPhone property will be completed. Don`t pick up the phone from school. “You have a conversation with the people you write personally.

It`s a reality. “You wouldn`t give your child a car without making sure they have insurance,” said Shipp, who hosts Lifetimes” Teen Trouble. “It is therefore irresponsible to give them a mobile phone or computer without teaching them how to use them responsibly.” 17. Open your eyes. Look at the world around you. Look out a window. Listen to the birds. Go for a walk. Talk to a stranger. You`re surprised without searching on Google. 5. You don`t go to school.

Get in touch with the people who text you. It`s a fact of life. Half-days, excursions and after-school activities require special attention. The phone arrived with a set of 18 points of conditions that he had to accept before the phone could be. And the deal came not from Apple or the phone operator, but from its mother. And some instructions that most smartphone users – teens or adults – should observe, rule 17: “Keep your eyes open. Look at the world around you… Talk to a stranger.

Ask yourself without searching on Google. Deciding whether your tween is responsible enough to have a mobile phone is not always easy to take. And once you`ve succeeded, you still need to teach your child some basic rules of cell phone ownership, as well as the tasks that occur with a cell phone. “My job is to make you a well-rounded, healthy young man who can function in the world and coexist with technology, which cannot be governed by it,” Gregory`s mother, Janell Burley Hofmann, wrote to him. “I hope you will understand that it is my duty to make you a well rounded and healthy young man, able to function in the world and coexist with technology, which cannot be governed by it,” Janell Hoffman wrote.