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Sexting: What Parents Need to Know
This provides a non-confrontational way to educate your teen on how to conduct him or herself online. Southampton fan Craig David has a kick around at training ground. It said there was no suggestion boys were present or that drugs were involved but claimed a pupil said the students had been drinking. You can also block calls after a certain time at night. Verified by Psychology Today. Video: Four-year-old girl interacts with controversial naked man exhibit. Talk to your kids about how pictures, videos, emails, and texts that seem temporary can exist forever in cyberspace.
Sexting: What Parents Need to Know (for Parents) - KidsHealth
The University of Tulsa sent the following statement: Mr. So, what do you do if you find out your teen is sexting? It said there was no suggestion boys were present or that drugs were involved but claimed a pupil said the students had been drinking. Conversations about consent need to start early — and parents have an important role to play. Talk to your kids about how pictures, videos, emails, and texts that seem temporary can exist forever in cyberspace. Understand the legal ramifications of sexting.
It can be hard for teens to grasp the long-term results of impulsive behaviors. Set computer settings to age appropriate sites, especially for tweens and young teens. I love the idea of setting up a contract with your teen; he or she will see them many times in their future, so why not introduce them early? Detective sergeant Heath Jones encouraged parents to use the NetSafe and ConnectSmart websites, but said they need to keep an eye on a child's use of social media and devices was greater than ever. Spaeth previously taught as a part-time adjunct instructor at The University of Tulsa.