What your Child will Never Tell You Infographic

    By Tim Scott | Small Business

    While sitting in the front of desktops, children have become all the way more knowledgeable about the various things their parents did not know in their childhood. Today, every youngster is aware of mobile texting, android latest software, online gaming, and what not.

    On the other contrary, this increased opportunity for media communication has elevated the risk for all users, mainly children. Parents have come in hard situations as their children know more about the outside world than them and they do what they want to without informing or sharing with them.

    Additionally, with the emergence of smart phones, children have become all the way more enthusiastic and keen in socializing and internet browsing. This gives them fun however, it is essential that parents must warn their children about various possible dangers and teach them about the wiser ways to use the Internet.

    Some of the dangers of mobile and internet browsing are:

    • Exposure to unsuitable sexual content

    • Exposure to hostile messages

    • Extreme isolation of children from their parents

    Whether in the form of text messages, calls or video messages, the spread of derogatory comments and messages can certainly spoil your children and that too in the initial age. Shockingly, 44% of the teens admit that they have watched something online that parents would not approve. Besides this, 86% of girls have admitted that they conduct online chats without their parents’ permission and likewise, 57% of girls read their parents’ e-mail. Not only this, 55% of the population admits that they give their personal information to people they do not know 29% of people have been stalked for contacting people they do not know. This is simply not the end of texting in youngsters. 15% of 12- 17years of boys and girls have received a “sext”. Similarly, 28% of girls and boys have sent a nude picture of themselves through text or email. 56% teenagers admit they talk on phone while driving, 35% admit that they text while driving, that means only 1 3rd of the parents are able to protect their children from the varied dangers associated with texting and calling.

    To protect their children, parents must first decide whether they should give cell phones to their children. Additionally, they can install monitoring software that can help them track their children’s activities on phones. Furthermore, parents must set stringent rules for their children so that they do not walk on the wrong path and only ensure they only use cell phones as a medium for communicating.


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