When parents separate or divorce, children are affected in many different ways. If the parents fail to effectively communicate then children may not be properly prepared for the challenges that teens face in relationships. The ubiquitous use of cell phones by teenagers has some benefits but also many dangers.
Sexting is one of the potential dangers that face all teens, but which teens of divorced and separated parents may be more susceptible to. Parents should discuss the personal and legal ramifications of sexting with their children and this is just one of many conversations that divorced and separated parents should coordinate so that the information received by the child is consistent.
Below is an infographic with some of the information that parents and children should know about sexting and the consequences.
Permanent Picture: Teen Sexting (And What Parents Should Do About It) (via Intella Blog)
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