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Psychiatrist and psychotherapist, apostle of meditation, Christophe André is also the father of three grown-up children: “We have three daughters who are now between 24 and 29 years old. Our struggles during their childhood and adolescence were less difficult than those of parents today. Nevertheless, some questions were already arising, including those of “Loft Story”, Tamagotchi and cell phone. »
His relationship to screens
” Television arrived at my house when I was 10 or 12 years old. I’m going to sound old to you, but there was only one channel, and besides, it was black and white. I remember “Bonne nuit les petits” every evening at 7:15 p.m. and “Thierry la Fronde” on Sundays. We often watched as a family. The TV was not on all the time. Anyway, at 3 p.m. on weekdays, there was nothing. Outside of broadcast hours, we looked at the pattern, this fixed image that allows us to calibrate the display of a screen with standardized values. Abuse was not easy. It was with the expansion of the offer that things changed.
When I became an adult, I saw myself, when I discovered these tools, how I was tempted to check my e-mails, my texts and social networks as soon as I had trouble getting to grips with work on a book I was preparing. I noted how tricky it was, how hard I work
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