Sexting: What it is and what parents can do to stop their teens from doing it


Set guidelines for your teen on when she can use a phone or gadget and monitor her smartphone from time to time. — Positive Parenting

The trend of teen sexting has become a growing problem in the digital age, following the increasing smartphone ownership among teens.

What are the concerns associated with this issue, and how can parents prepare their children and themselves to deal with it?

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Sexting , Teenagers , Smartphones

   

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