More Due to their developmental trauma, the teens Calo works with have some core beliefs about themselves and the world they live in.At their core, they believe the world is an unsafe place.
Of course, you never know what sites they might be using that you don't know about.
That's where monitoring and tracking apps and software come in handy. Just be sure to communicate with your kids about why certain sites are bad so they can grow into responsible digital citizens.
Those letters and numbers are an ever-evolving code that kids pick up from their friends.
Some acronyms really are harmless, like the now-common LOL, but there are plenty that aren't.
Finally, be sure you're teaching and demonstrating good mobile manners.
I've created 10 rules that everyone should follow and even made a poster you can hang at home, work, school or anywhere else people need a gentle digital etiquette reminder.Sometimes it feels like parents and teens don't speak the same language.When it comes to texting, chatting and emailing, that's literally true.Click here for 5 dangerous apps you don't know your kid is using.I recommend friending or following your kids on any sites they use.They typically experience themselves as alone, inadequate, and socially clueless. Calo’s remedy to this belief system and the painful situations that arise from it is relationship.