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Parents with kids on Social Media

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THIS IS THE LINK —->>>>  Parents with kids on Social Media

Parents should be aware of what their kids do. Social media can contain sex, violence, drugs, degrading material and much more negative material. All material that we would keep away from our children. With the new popularity of social media and also portable devices that connect to the internet, it’s hard to keep our kids away from social media much less the internet. If you would’ve told me 15 years ago that there would be children with internet pages communicating with others on the other side of the planet, I would’ve laughed at you and told you to grow up. I’m protective over my 6 year old daughter and the other children I care for that range from the ages of 6 months to 12 years old. I don’t like the fact that my 12 year old nephew has a Face book page and my daughter will definitely want to enter the social media realm much before that, I can tell already. With kids not really knowing the real intentions of some online pages/people, it can leave them vulnerable to sex offenders and much more. Most people have seen or heard about the show “How to Catch a Predator.” The show where undercover underage girls solicit themselves online usually in chat rooms in hopes to catch sex offenders. Other than have a shotgun on standby, I’m not sure what I would do if that ever happened to any of mine but I know it wouldn’t be pretty. Unfortunately these types of things happen everyday and you must educate your child on issues like this before they get on the internet. Here is an attached article on some ways to monitor your kid on social media. Please click on “parents with kids on social media” highlighted in the blue right above the article.   #check


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