Study: 23 percent of parents bribe their children with money to turn off screens

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Monday, August 12, 2019
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A new survey says nearly a quarter of parents bribe their children with money to turn off screens, go to bed, do homework and chores. .

It's not always easy to pull your kids away from their phones and tablets.

A new survey says nearly a quarter of parents bribe their children with money. A survey from Halifax says 23% of parents with children ages 8 to 15 give them cash to turn off their screens.

The survey also finds parents use money to get their kids to go to bed, do homework and chores.