Teenagers Dependency On Mobile

Teenagers Dependency On Mobile is increasing day by day. According to a new survey more than 90% Teenagers have their own Mobile. Even Parents try to convince that in this Techno Era you can’t imagine Teenagers without Mobile and Laptop. But we should not forget the addiction of Mobile, which is very harmful Physically, Mentally, Economically and Emotionally. No doubt in Techno Era Mobile and other Electronic Gadgets are the Window to the world of Knowledge. But in these days these things are only for misuse. Several sorts of Health Hazards have been alarmed. Mobile operators are also presenting schemes to spoil the Life of Teenagers. With Smart Phones Teenagers are spending their maximum time on Facebook & Twitter. But can they share its productivity? The most worst thing is that Mobile is used in these days for destructiveness. Teenagers are victimised always but Parents are not ready to accept their fault. But can anyone say where will this world be – if Teenagers Dependency On Mobile will be increasing?


5 thoughts on “Teenagers Dependency On Mobile

  1. Pingback: Teenagers Dependency On Mobile « bhardwajsk

  2. Hello, interesting post. I’m writing a blog all about bridging up gaps between teenagers and adults and I have a piece on technology here: http://lifeofteenagersnow.wordpress.com/ I hope you like it, I think it answers some of your points. Thanks,

    • Thanks for comment. And I am pleased to know about your blog. Actually in these days teenagers are missing the real value of life. Even today I was getting some facts about teenager’s wine addiction.

      • I know, things have changed a lot, haven’t they? But I still think we can reverse some of this if we just teach people what they do to themselves if they get addicted to alcohol or drugs – thanks for looking at my blog. Did you think the points on the technology article were fair?

      • you are correct with your point. And we should also think for every aspects. Without technology life is nothing in this era but addiction harms after all.

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