What helps us to overcome hard times? Fun online games, candy, TV watching… it raises our mood but don’t help to solve the problem. Try to talk to people you can trust to do the last of those. And instead of searching for them online, just say hello to your family.
“Nine in 10 young people turn to internet for help in solving personal problems,” the Daily Telegraph reports.
A survey showed sad data: only 1/3 of Britain’s young people would share a personal problem with their mother, and only 1/5 would discuss it with their father.
It seems like nobody in the world loves us more and knows us better than our family. Maybe the reason why we don’t share our troubles with them is that we’re afraid of upsetting them. And we may pay dearly for such “politeness”: the survey found that “more than half of young people who search the internet for help with a problem actually end up more worried than they were before.”
Thus, Driving Kids would ask all families to talk to each other! Just talk and share your grief and joy. And then play online games: not to forget about problems, but to celebrate solving them!