Okay so here I go My dd just turned 13 and she asked to have a fb account so okay fine I know her friends there good girls. She had a sleep over and one of her friends put pictures of the sleep over on her fb page. One of the girls in the pictures doesn't have many friends so other kids on fb made really mean and disgusting sexual comments. My daughter is so up set but what were afraid of is if she upsets the girl that made all those really bad comments that she will go after my daughter. She just moved to my town the beginning of this year and she is 13 smokes drinks and has sex I am just glad that my dd isn't friends with her. So my question is Do any of you have children on fb and what would you do. I don't want to punish my dd for this by taking it away and I see everything that goes on her page because I B friended her and I also have her under one of my old e-mail accounts so that I can see everything. Help please.Answer Question
Answer by Orionsgirl at 11:54 AM on Apr. 1, 2010
Erase all that was posted. And find out if there is a way to block that person from getting on your daughters page.
BUT please please dont teach your child to be a victim. The idea that she will "go after" your daughter is wimpy. You need to teach her to stand up for what is right. That doesnt mean that she needs to start anything...ever. But she can not be afraid to take action to prevent this girl from posting simply because she is "afraid". If the other girl is a little shit then avoid her... why did she have access to your daughters page if you knew what kind of child she is?
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