Advertisers are not accidental in targeting children to promote their products. Children may not spend much money, but they certainly know people who spend money - and children can usually manipulate their parents to buy toys, snacks or other products by crying and begging. Many foods marketed in this way are unhealthy for children. In addition to other protective measures, consider taking the initiative to let advertisers know that you are against them selling those things to their children. There are products whose appearance should not appeal to children, such as cigarettes, alcohol and anything else that is dangerous. If you think that advertisers are actually promoting inappropriate products for children, point out your point of view to them. Consumer cries are still very useful.

Generally speaking, television, music, movies and culture all have an imperceptible but profound impact on family life. Not long ago, the time after dinner was regarded as "family time". Television programs should be suitable for both adults and children. Obscene, sexual suggestions and other adult-related topics were prohibited. But now, look at the regular shows on "Golden Time". What message do they convey about respect, etiquette and cooperation with adults? In many popular programs, children and adolescents are "cool" and smart, but adults (especially parents) are hopeless, stupid and hopeless. Even evening news programs often involve events and content that many parents find inappropriate for children.

There are exceptions, of course, but the vast amount of music, movies and television programs that teenagers can access advocates an attitude of disrespect for others. Even if you limit your child's access to the media, there's no doubt that he's going to be affected by other children at nurseries, neighborhood homes and family gatherings. It's crucial that you stay awake and actively instill in him the qualities and values that you want your child to possess.