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  • ISBN13:

    9781684510870

  • ISBN10:

    1684510872

  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2020-12-29
  • Publisher: Salem Books

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Summary

ARE YOU DROWNING IN SCREEN TIME?

Between Zoom meetings, online classes, social media, gaming, and binge-watching TV series, humans now spend most of their free time submerged in screen life—and that’s taking a toll on real life.

The good news: there is a way back. Bestselling author David Murrow’s new book is a rescue plan for parents, adults, teachers, and ministers who want to help others (or themselves) achieve screen-life/real-life balance.

Built around five simple parables, Drowning in Screen Time shows you:

• What screens are doing to your family and relationships

• Why screen content is so addictive

• How to find freedom and confidence in real life

Drowning in Screen Time is full of positive, practical ideas that can help you keep your digital head above water.

 

Author Biography

DAVID MURROW has spent four decades working in the screen-addiction business. His work has aired on NBC, ABC, CBS, Discovery, HGTV, and many other channels. Murrow’s first book, the inspirational bestseller Why Men Hate Going to Church, was featured in the New York Times and on PBS, Fox News, and more. A graduate of Baylor University, he lives in Alaska with his wife, Gina.

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