well i am glad things are going better i know in todays world kids are bombarded by sex tv shows magazines its like it makes them feel in order to fit in they need to do that kind of stuff and it is good that parents like you put limits on phones and computers and monitor what your kids do. teach them that there body is special and should not be shared with just anyone. yea at 13 mood swings i am sure are normal and hopefully that will in time ease up,View Thread
just seen on news other day how many kids and teens are doing this and it is so sad. we just need to keep teaching kids that it is not ok to sexting or sending photos to friends etc. it is just not good. it is like whatever happen to the days where ya were only nude for baths and maybe sleeping. it is like as a kid i would never of sent nude pics to friends. of course tv and magazines dont help as they seem to incurage all of it.View Thread
think it is sad for sure hopefully parents do talk to there kids eaabout this so it can stop. i mean kids and teens should not be posting nude pics of themselfs online or to there friends etc. it is just wrong and it is sad for sure. teach them to save themselfs for the person they fall in love with it is like what happen to the days where you just where naked at bath time or sleeping or having sex with your husband/wife etc. it is like all kids have to do is turn tv on and all they see is sexual stuffView Thread
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