Website aims to help teens emerge from the aftermath of ‘sexting’ Read more: http://www.ctvnews.ca/canada/website-aims-to-help-teens-emerge-from-the-aftermath-of-sexting-1.1248479#ixzz2ROQBw8Rr Andy Johnson, CTVNews.ca Published Monday, April 22, 2013 11:02AM EDT Last Updated Monday, April 22, 2013 11:29AM EDT A new website aims to help teens regain control
The following is just a small collection of videos and public service announcements that may help stir up conversation with your teenager about being safe online. Most of them can be found on youtube and there are many more out
A substantial proportion of high school students are involved in sexting behavior and they are more likely to report psychological distress, according to a study presented at the annual meeting of the American Public Health Association, held from Oct. 29
Last year I posted a resource for parents and teachers on the topic of Sexting, but didn’t go into great detail about the topic. Recently I presented information on this topic as well as others to a group of parents.
Sexting is a growing problem, one that neither students nor parents are prepared to handle. Fingertip technology is increasing at a faster rate than our ability as adults to predict consequences. This problem increases exponentially for teens that already have