Is screen addiction, or screen obsession, a concern for teenagers?
She decided to make the switch to gray as well. But it was trickier than she expected.“It took like 40 minutes to figure it out. They buried the setting,” she said. “You have to really want to do it.”"Silicon Valley is in a battle for our attention, and often I feel like the last person in charge of my own eyes. After going to grayscale, I’m not a different person all of a sudden, but I feel more in control of my phone, which now looks like a tool rather than a toy. If I unlock it to write an email, I’m a little less likely to forget the goal and tap on Instagram. If I’m waiting in line for coffee, this gray slab is not as delightful a distraction as it once was.""The switch made me realize, in a tangible way, that I still have a little choice here."●Educator and Counselor POV Homayoun, Ana. "Is Your Child a 'Addict'?" The New York Times, 17 Jan. 2018, . In an op-ed in the New York Times, Ana Homayoun, is a educator-nationally
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