As the world becomes more mobile, with virtually every adult owning a cell phone and almost all teens owning one as well, dangers arise with having your children text their friends, or even people they may not know.
It is important to educate your children about the dangers of texting while driving before they get behind the wheel, and implementing the "it’s just not worth it" attitude with their texting habits.
With the increase in usage of social media and chat rooms, adolescents and teens are more exposed to strangers, are more prone to meet and communicate with these sexual predators.
If they begin to talk to these strangers, they tend to exchange information with them, most often pictures, but they can also send them their phone numbers – making it easier for them to talk at all times.
While a smartphone, tablet, or computer can be a hugely productive tool, compulsive use of these devices can interfere with your daily life, work, and relationships.
When you spend more time on social media or playing games than you do interacting with real people, or you can’t stop yourself from repeatedly checking texts, emails, news feeds, websites, or apps—even when it has negative consequences in your life—it may be time to reassess your technology use.
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Although there's no risk of sexually transmitted infections, there are other risks from sexting and online sex.
Someone could record your conversation or make your sexy chat, pictures or video public.
As there is no physical contact during sexting and online sex (also called ‘cyber sex’, 'virtual sex' or ‘phone sex’) there is no risk of sexually transmitted infections to either partner.
However, there are still other risks from sexting and online sex and some things you should know if you're thinking of trying it.