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The Long-Term Affects Of Spying On Your Teen And Why You Shouldn’t Spy

In this day and age, of suicide and depression, of sex and drugs, parents want to know what’s going on in every breathing moment of their teenagers lives. They want to know where they’re going, who they’re with, and what they’re doing. But, being a teenager myself, we all know that one little lie can get a parent off our backs for a while. Yet, in most cases, we only think we’re off the hook.

Our parents trust us, oh of course they do. We’re their little princesses and handsome young men. What they don’t trust is the people outside their house, their walls. Oh, everyone else is bad, they need to look out for us, even if it means to extremes. But what are they costing us for this “protection”? The protection of the children outside the house can be done through Come spiare un telefono application. There will be building of the trust between children and parents through the application.

In the old days, mom would sneak into the daughter’s room and read through her diary. She’d read through the precious, private details of her life, ground her for life when she finds something worth using. But now, things are different. Diary reading is old school. Technology has now made it much easier for parents to know where their kids are and, yes, even what they’re doing.

Tracking devices are put in phones, cameras are being stuffed into teddy bears to record unsuspecting kids doing bad stuff. Tapping into phone conversations, instant messages, and even text messaging. The fun electronics we know and love are being used against us, to control us.

The real question is what stopping kids from exploring new things, and just being a teenager, is doing to them in the long run. Most of the time, going out and partying is just a phase, a learning experience for us. If we don’t get that chance to experiment, how will we ever have life experience, a chance to make mistakes on our own? We all know that telling a kid not to do something will only make them want to do it even more. What we need is parents to work with the situation, to support their kids so they know they’re responsible for themselves, so in the end they can learn to make the right choices. Stopping them from this, from spying, will only make things worse, will only make the kid want to be bad. And this turns into long term actions, like drug addictions and suicide, instead of a teenage phase.

So you make the choice of how you want your child to live, to learn, to grow. Will it be through support, or through pushing them away by spying and boundary breaking. It’s your call, but it’s not something you can change later.

Brian Singleton a retired news editor and tech enthusiast. He shares a deep love for science and technology and wishes to connect with others through this his content.

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