Psychologists Warn Parents: Do NOT Let Your Children Watch Peppa Pig!

When we let our children to watch cartoons we never think that they may cause any harm to them. Recently, a group of experts at Harvard University conducted a study revealing that Peppa Pig is one of the main causes of autism among kids.
Peppa Pig achieved a huge success which is usually followed by appearance of lot of toys, t-shirts, and many other things featuring this character. Now, you may ask yourself is this animated movie good for my child. Unfortunately, the answer is NO.

Specialists claim that by watching Peppa Pig children can develop increased hostile, insulting, confronting, questioning, and ill-mannered behavior due to the fact that the character Peppa Pig is utterly rude and disrespectful. Moreover, Peppa Pig’s parents do not react to this type of behavior; they just allow her to get away with anything.

For instance, in the episode where Peppa and her brother George object to cleaning their room their parents made it into a game. However, when they finished, the non-behaved rascals trashed the room again, laughing arrogantly.

Here below are the characteristics portrayed through Peppa Pig:

  • Inappropriate behavior
  • Syndrome of superiority
  • Imposes only her ideas not caring what others think
  • Rude
  • Highly competitive, not knowing how to lose
  • Narrow-minded
  • Disrespectful
  • Jealous
  • Arrogant
  • Extremely proud

Many parents complained that their children copy the bad habits of Peppa and her brother George, and for that reason some of them forbid their children to watch this show.
Therefore, parents be extremely cautious to what your children are watching, specifically characters like Peppa Pig. It is sadly to say but this also applies to all other programs. What your children watch on TV is very important as approximately 80% of the brain develops during the first few months until 3 years of ages. If children spend a lot of time in front the television, they will naturally start to copy what they see, and no parent wants behavior like Peppa Pig.

 

Source: healthyfoodandhomeremedies.com

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