3 TV-Free Family Nights!
A remarkable number of moms and dads watch—and allow their children to watch—the latest reality shows. These shows make outrageous displays of some of the most important areas of life like marriage and family relationships or finding the right spouse.
But do your children know that there’s nothing realistic or wise about most of what they see on reality TV? For instance, would you want your daughter to be physically involved with numerous boyfriends simultaneously, in real life? Would you want your child to model the tantrum-throwing, materialistic vibe of the “real” housewives?
Take a look at these 5 Signs Your Show is Not Family-Friendly. Your programming doesn’t have to be screaming profanity or violence to be a bad bet for your kids. Since reality TV is slowly taking over much of prime time, you’d likely be better served to try one of our TV-Free Family Evenings! And if you really want to cut back on TV watching, use our printable TV-free challenge pledge.