One way I would reframe the "too much television" problem is by using the method of thinking prevention. I chose this method because watching long hours of television can cause loss of eye sight, obesity and the child can become anti-social. I would prevent all the things mentioned, from occurring, by adding different activities throughout the day so the child will not be watching so much television. Some activities that I would add would be playing outside, adding some school-related activities, such as reading, writing, coloring and drawing, which can help the child better their abilities in school and become a successful child. I would also reframe the hours spent watching television. I would cut the hours short on watching televisions and add more activities which can be more helpful and beneficial to a child's life. gjsgjlks ajajglksajglksdjg alkdslkgjlkajg ak alkgjklsdjf sdjaflka alksdlkfjslkdjfkslda f akfenalkdnelkfjlksejfl lkslkdfnlksanfnsdlkfna laknflsdklf ds lksfsdj fsdkljflsjklf lkasdklfjsaf alsfjalkfj a a lkdsklsfj a akfjsdaj flksdjf alkfdsjlkfjalk f ;kfdj a fajf af asd fksdjfldsjfk f anijriogjoiretoitoiirepotioitopepo
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