[Radio] Is technology addiction a problem, and causing conflict? Report from @DeloitteUK, with @PremierRadio

Today, a new report was released from Deloitte (BBC Report), that indicates "that one in three adults check their phone once they’ve gone to bed." A day in a life of a #smartphone. Find out more in our #mobileUK report https://t.co/cKrcSFj9V4 pic.twitter.com/0FENU401ek — Deloitte UK (@DeloitteUK) September 26, 2016 My notes from the production team: It is supposed to be a tool of empowerment, keeping us informed, connected and entertained. Instead, the smartphone is becoming…

[PRESS] On @PremierRadio : Children and Social Media, Gaming and Addiction

Earlier this morning I was live on Inspirational Breakfast for Premier Radio. Listen to the show online - I come in at about 8.10am. Take the opportunity to try Guardians of Ancora. *Note that I'm currently completing a chapter on how the digital has affected those working with those dealing with abuse, addiction and difficult behaviour for a second edition of The Christian Handbook of Abuse, Addiction and Difficult Behaviour. 

[PRESS] Christian Today "Are generation Z internet junkies?" #DigitalParenting

Another day, another survey.... covered in ChristianToday.com: A new survey has revealed that a shocking two in five teenagers believe they are addicted to the internet. It's not unusual to walk along the street and see almost everyone glued to a screen; whether that be a Smartphone, tablet or even a laptop. In fact, it's more remarkable to see someone without at least one of their hands tapping away on a digital device; especially if…

NEW STORY: Over half of Britons are sleep deprived #mobiledevicestoblame?

Just reading this story in the Huffington Post: Over half of Britons are sleep deprived new research has revealed, and computers, tablets and smartphones are partly to blame. A survey indicates that more than 28 million people in the UK - almost six in ten of the population - are regularly getting no more than seven hours sleep a night. It also shows that 78% of Britons are exposed to sleep-disruptive blue light from computer devices before…