Your son or daughter approaches you and begs for the latest cellphone, tablet, mp3 player or laptop. Do you say "yes" and give in to their wants or do you hold out to teach them how to responsibly earn it on their own? More and more parents are giving into their kids' demands, and more and more kids are growing up into entitled adults. So how do we — as parents — stop the cycle?
You're sitting at the table as a family enjoying a nicely prepared dinner. Your man sits across from you with his Blackberry or iPhone resting next to his fork. It buzzes, and you look up expectantly to see him check it. Again. For the tenth time tonight. Sound familiar? 9 New Rules Of Phone Etiquette
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Cell phones, tablets, laptops, Playstations and DVRs are all things that can get in the way of face-to-face communication. If you actually enjoy talking to your mate, how do you get them to put down the latest Apple invention and focus their attention on you? In this video, YourTango expert and marriage educator, Sherry Amatenstein, gives tips to bringing your relationship back into 3D (that's real life).