Many parents are worried about how much time their teenager spend texting. Many parents are also concerned that their teenager’s Texting has crossed the line to sexting.
Sexting is a text which refers to sexual behavior between the people Texting. A research study in JAMA Pediatrics which was just released indicates that sexting is more common than many parents expect. This study looks at numerous other studies investigating sexting and draws conclusion about teenage sexting.
Tara Haelle reviewed this research study and Forbes published her article. This review contains many important facts about teenagers and sexting. Facts many parents should be aware of and issues that parents need to discuss with their teenagers. I hear teens talking about sexting often and they are not aware of many of the issues in Tara Haelle’s article. These facts are issues that teenagers and parents need to be aware of. Therefore, I am providing parents with the link to the article so they can read it and discuss it with their teenagers, https://www.forbes.com/sites/tarahaelle/2018/02/27/that-teen-sexting-study-what-else-you-need-to-know-before-freaking-out/.
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