do you go on you child’s myspace, or email, or even their cell phone and check what they are doing? do you feel like you are violating their privacy?
Asked by Anonymous at 8:36 PM on Mar. 27, 2009 in Teens (13-17)
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I have a 17yo son who has a gf and they don't text each other and I have an 18yo son who doesn't have a girlfriend who pays his own cell phone bill so I have no right to check his cell phone or his text messages. Prior to his turning 18, though, no I didn't check my son's text messages and I don't check my 17yo's. I don't check their MySpace's, FaceBook's or emails either. I kn ow my sons, I know who they are with and there they are when they are out and we have an open line of communication. We also don't search their rooms. Teens who receive trust and respect value it and don't do things to lose it. Teens who receive accusations eventually do what they are accused of. My older 2 rec'd the same trust and respect and valued it.
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