The Psychologists WARN: Don’t Let Your Children Watch Peppa Pig! Here’s Why…

This is a WARNING message for all parents around the world! Ladies and gentlemen, I really think that you’ll be shocked when we tell you that a recent study, conducted by group of experts at the Harvard University has discovered that Peppa Pig is one of the main causes of autism (psychological disorder in your children). Just take a look at the article below and find out more about this.

We all know that (unfortunately) in a very short time, this animated cartoon has achieved a great success! They’re making toys, t-shirts with this character and it’s the “main” guest at children’s birthday parties. But, the question remains – is this cartoon character good for our children, or the answer is no!

STUDY – according to the experts, there is evidence to show an increase in adversarial, snide, questioning, confrontational and disrespectful behavior, which are apparently a result of watching cartoons, like Peppa Pig. It’s true, Peppa is downright rude and her parents let her get away with murder. In one episode, Pepper and her brother George refused to tidy their room until their parents made it into a game, and when they’d finished the brats just trashed the room again, laughing arrogantly.

Peppa pig has very unique features:

  • Competitive (it doesn’t know how to lose)
  • Impolite
  • Impose their ideas regardless of the opinions of others.
  • Inappropriate behavior
  • It suffers from the syndrome of superiority
  • Arrogant
  • Envious
  • Disrespectful
  • Intolerant

You should also know that many parents have complained that their offspring are copying the behavior of Peppa and her brother, George. Some have banned this cartoon from their homes. Parents, be careful ­- there is nothing special about Peppa Pig – the same applies to all programs. Some 80 per cent of brain development is between birth and three years old, so if they spend a lot of time watching the TV, they will copy the forms of behaviors that they see on the TV.

Sources and References included in this article – Fuerza Informativa, Peppa Pig