Is your teen addicted to the internet? Do they spend all their free time surfing the net whether they use a computer or a smart phone or other smart gadgets? Does your teen spend all their time on social media websites?
Then you may want to read this recent WebMD article linked above.
Do you (the parent) control how much time your kids spend online?
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