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I also think when they're forced to do something theg don't want all day and work at something they aren't interested in, they cope by coming home and vegging out.
And to add to your comment, I think it's not so much to get away, it's that they aren't allowed away, so they are left with indoor alternatives. No playing until the street lights come on for a lot of kids.
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Monitoring, structuring, and protecting reduce children’s activity and health.
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