The argument for playing video games with our kids

(CNN)There is, inevitably, a gap between the parents we are and the parents we think we are. Not unlike algorithms, we rely on the past to inform our parenting decisions in the present. But this world keeps on turning, and the parenting present is never quite like the past. “We know abstinence sex education doesn’t work and creates unhealthy sexual relationships. So why are we taking a similar approach with screen time?” Shapiro said. Instead of shying away from the digital bogeyman, he wants parents to embrace it. “Why don’t we build rituals with new technologies that teach [our children] moral and ethical lessons?” Screen time can be quality time I went all-in. Every night for a week, during our …