Facebook and virtual world

@singuri (571)
India
February 23, 2011 3:29pm CST
Children now a days are getting struck to PC and mobile. They use these to log into facebook. Parents are complaining that these social networks are spoiling children. These social networks replaced physical togetherness with virtual togetherness. Physically catching up has been completely vanishing and this makes children ineffective to combat stress.What do you say? Is it not necessary to catch up physically?
3 responses
@Lore2009 (7389)
• United States
23 Feb 11
Yes, I agree. I think kids should play around out side, in the sun with other kids.
@Lore2009 (7389)
• United States
24 Feb 11
They're all at the cyber park together playing soccer.
@JohnMach (556)
• Philippines
24 Feb 11
I think this should be kept in moderation. It's not necessary to cut it off completely from our lives. Moderation of everything is good.
• United States
23 Feb 11
I agree with you but at the same time I don't agree with you. Facebook isn't only used by teens, it's used by adults. I see some adults that waste time on facebook when they could be working or doing better things with their lives. Nobody attacks adults for using facebook but everybody attacks the kid because it's easier to attack the kid. Kids shouldn't be spending 3 hours of their evening on facebook just to talk to friends and play some games. They should be doing homework and doing things to make them physically fit and having a nice hang out time with their parents. But when you were kid were you always with your parents and were you always doing homework or were you spending the evenings watching t.v?