Tag Archives: childhood

Creativity found on watching simple cartoons

To lend you some background… A couple of days ago I enjoyed the view of an old movie I remember watching in a VHS like a decade ago. It was “Digimon: The Movie“, an animated movie based on the anime series “Digimon“, in which digital creatures exist in a digital world, with which selected (digi-destined) […]

Why do children like video-games?

That’s a question I never thought about, until some days ago, when I was reading through some web forums’ posts, and some random worried parent asked what was the deal with his son playing video-games so much. I was curious about the question, so I kept digging, and found tons of other parents complaining about […]

10 (Positive) things video-games can do to your child

Video-games have being among us for a few decades now, and a lot have been said of young children playing with this vicious machines. One thing seems clear for many: they are bad. That’s it. They can say any kind of bad behavior on their children to be an effect of playing video-games. And that’s […]

Parenting and setting boundaries

As a child and in your adolescence, did you ever feel like adults were forbidding you a lot of things? Not only mom and dad, even laws and norms in every place you stepped in. Even as an adult you are not permitted to do lots of things. There are boundaries that are made “for […]

How myopia may affect a child in the future?

Alright, I’m a 15 years old guy with myopia since I was a kid. In first grade I was already using glasses and it wasn’t until last year that I began using contact lenses. Anyway, using glasses haven’t been a problem, in a matter of school bullies or anything (not that I remember, at least). […]