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Can you imagine if the boy's mom didn't find that photo? We need to be there guiding them and helping them and supervising them. Too many kids struggle with depression, addiction, low self esteem, and more and a good place to find out about it is through their writings.
Can you imagine if the boy decided for some reason to share the picture with the rest of their school? I would rather violate their trust and read my child's journal and get them help than stand by with my head in the clouds hoping they'll tell me what's bothering them while they're contemplating their suicide.
Now, it's known that the Huffington Post has some of the meanest, angriest, trolliest commenters around. Do you think those boys would have taken those pictures if they suspected their parents might see them?
I always imagine many of them living in vans down by the river or licking Cheetos residue from their fingers while typing their raging opus in their mother's dark basements. I know I've had to pee in many a cup to get a job and I know that my emails were read and my phone conversations were monitored. Do you think they would have uploaded videos to Youtube laughing at the victim and calling her names if they thought for a second their parents would access their Youtube accounts? But I'm not surprised the Steubenville boys didn't have rules like these.
However, we do not let that compensation influence our ratings and recommendations. For the past 10 years, we’ve researched, ranked, and reviewed the best home security systems and best home alarm systems to find which companies provide a sense of comfort and confidence to protect our own families.I don't want the mistake to be a child who is so depressed he hurts himself and/or his classmates.I love my children fiercely and I don't want to be that parent who says, "We had no idea she felt this way." Maybe you think I am a terrible mother, but I really don't care.Sure, my kids can bathe in private or close the doors to their bedrooms, but they cannot keep diaries locked away or drawers in their dressers off limits from me and the Hubs. Why do we think that some how we're betraying our precious snowflake's trust by reading her text messages or his emails? They can have an opinion and they can tell me my rules suck, but I really don't care. My job is to raise them and to keep them safe and to make sure they're not entitled assholes. ) A few weeks ago I had lunch with a friend who has a teenage daughter.My friend was upset because her freshman daughter had been caught sending inappropriate photos to a senior boy.
My friend Kim at Let Me Start By Saying wrote an essay that was featured on the Huffington Post.