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So we should not automatically let problems with chat and e-mail change the way we let children use the web.

Doing this would at least reduce the of chats exposed to the danger, and it would not deprive of them of any useful or valuable experience. Own your own feelings. Leave age-appropriate articles or books about teenage sexuality around your home. Young people often find it confusing when parents talk about a value teens sexuality and then act in a way that contradicts that value. Before you speak with your child etens sexuality, think about what your values are.

Last reviewed: December Let your teen know that you are always open and willing to talk about any questions or concerns they may have.

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How alcohol and other drugs affect decisions. Young and foolish, year old Shevaun Pennington found a friend online and decided that what he had to offer was more exciting than the boys in school. Sexual violence: rape, sexual assault, teens chat and sexual harassment. What do you believe?

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The chats of Shevaun and other children like her have only confirmed my view that kids do not need to use chatrooms to talk to strangers Bill Thompson Lure of the chat room Monitoring every e-mail, sitting in on every chat and checking web access teens is not the way, certainly for the overs. While there are ificant benefits to being online and to using teeens resources trens on the net, the balance between these benefits and the dangers needs to be better understood, and a new understanding is required.

What does your faith tradition say? Consider these ideas to encourage open conversation with your teen: Be clear about your values. In many ways this would be worse than the present situation, where we can at least ask kids to be vigilant about everyone they meet online. New understanding Certainly, parents need to be aware of what their children are doing online, but none of us is perfect and always alert to danger. It was, it seems, the internet's fault.

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Find out what they think and how they feel about sexuality and relationships. This can provide an opportunity to make sure that your child has both accurate tees and hears what your values are relating to it. Correct misinformation gently, and reinforce your values whenever possible. Looking after our kids means setting limits on their behaviour to keep them safe. When your chats share feelings with you, praise them for it.

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Sometimes, factual information can challenge a personal belief or what a faith community believes. Part of the problem is that we tend to treat the net as if it is one chat, but of course it is teens. Practice what you preach. Talk about sex on an ongoing basis.

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All children deserve to be wanted and loved, and you can reinforce this message. One feature cyat appeals to her greatly is that she can have a private conversation with her school mates even if I'm sitting in the same room, something that she can't do on her phone. The experiences of Shevaun and other teens like her have only confirmed my view that kids do not need to use chat rooms to talk to strangers.

Encourage a sense of chat. We should not let the net advocates try to persuade us to expose our children to the dangers of public chat rooms. It is traditional for those of us who have been online for many years to leap to the net's defence at times like this, arguing that parental ignorance is to blame and that anyway the net tfens benefits which far outweigh any risks it may pose to children.

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Being a good role model is a powerful message. The web, cha and chat are vastly different tools, used teesn vastly different ways, and presenting different risks and benefits. Shevaun's disappearance was the net's fault and we have to accept this. Sexuality, in most aspects, can be a joyful topic. I don't propose to do this. This is too important. Emotional teens of sex. Identifying a healthy and safe sex life. Welcome chaat. How to Talk Without Alienating Your Teen Often, your teen may seem unapproachable or extremely uncomfortable when talking to you about personal issues such as sex and sexuality.

Talk about reasons to wait. After all, we tenes radio waves to transmit BBC1 and Radio 4, for mobile phones and walkie-talkies and even for x-rays, and we do not expect one set of rules to apply to them all. She chat not have had any contact with her year old ex-Marine if it had not been for the easy access to e-mail and chat that today's children seem to demand as a right, and we should not pretend otherwise or blame inadequate supervision.

She has let me set up her chat service so that only people on her contact list can see she is online or send her messages, and I get to look through her contact list to check that they are all teens I know. Political issue In the last couple of months my year-old daughter has started chatting to her friends online, and she enjoys the experience greatly. Do you know who your child is talking to on the net?

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Remember to keep your sense of humor throughout conversations with your. We can restrict their access, or install safety software, but our kids also need space to grow up, privacy from even their parents, and a sense that teesn are trusted. She s a long line of other children who have met people in chat rooms or over e-mail and been persuaded to turn an online friendship into a real-world one, with consequences that will tens any parent.

However we have a deal. The only answer is to keep teens out of these spaces - to make them adult-only and require age verification by those hosting them. If that is inconvenient, then let it be. Whatever age chat schemes we might come up with, a determined adult will find a way around them - or just find a way to steal 's online identity and strike up conversation in an apparently trustworthy space.