How to Understand Your Children's Gambling Mania
Children and young people in particular are taking advantage of the pandemic-related school closures and Easter holidays to spend countless hours in front of their consoles, smartphones or gaming computers. For many parents, this should cause incomprehension, in some families also for quarrels.
The joint gambling, especially on the net, is for many young people above all a compensation for the fact that they can no longer meet their friends in real life. This is also why the World Health Organization (WHO) is now recommending joint action. Therefore, many parents now have to deal properly with the hobby of their children for the first time. WORLD explains what you need to know to better understand your children.