Sex is still a topic of taboo in many families. Parents refrain from discussing the issue at home and giving any proper guidance about it to their kids. So, it naturally comes as a shocker when they learn their teens are sexting.
Sexting or ‘sex texting’ has become increasingly common in the past decades due to blooming social media sites and different modes of communication. In general language, sexting is referred to as exchanging sexual material like text, pictures and videos through a social networking app. It has become a common part of adolescent sexual development.
If you caught your kids sending their nudes or sext to a classmate and any adult, you need to tackle the situation strategically and avoid blowing things out of proportion. Here are 5 tips on preventing and handling such a situation.