Is there anything more frustrating than hearing “fine” when you ask your kid how their day was?

It’s the same feeling – times 1,000 – when we see our kids on their devices and have no clue what they’re up to. Although many of us worry, the “Common Sense Census: Media Use by Tweens and Teens,” reveals that, just like a kid’s experience of their school day, the truth is much more nuanced and complicated than it appears to the naked eye.

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Ok boomer, have fun blaming phones for your kid not talking to you and not your parenting uwu

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