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Dear daughter, I want you to take a few minutes please just to picture a little scenario. It's been three years in the making but you are finally applying for your very first job out of university.
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Dear daughter, I want possbily to take a few minutes please just to picture a little scenario. It's been three years in the making but you are finally applying for your very first job out of university.
It will come round quick you know. It's exactly what you want - the first step on a dream career path - and you've been offered an interview. You're over the moon of course, and so you should be, you've worked hard to get here. You spend ages preparing and are feeling confident. You rock up, in your best black suit and the smart shoes you borrowed from your flatmate, and prepare to be grilled. The panel look frosty though, concerned.
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That's it, dream job out the window. I know you probably think I'm just some cynical old technophobe, that I'm sexting and possibly more and don't understand young people, but the problem is that I understand young people and technology only too well. Sending that provocative picture of yourself, that suggestive text message, might feel like a perfectly normal and safe thing to do at the time, but the trouble is that however loving the relationship may be when you send it, however much you may trust the person you are sexting, can you ever know what the future will hold?
In my day of course, before we all had smartphones and still communicated via pigeons and slates, it wasn't an issue. You might have sent letters, possibly made the odd private seting, but there were only ever one copy of these - easily found and destroyed, not so easily shared. Nowadays it takes just a second, one button - seting - and your most intimate moments and sexting and possibly more are out there for the world to see. I'm not saying you have to close yourself off - suspect everyone and deny your sexuality - but please just be careful.
Stop to think before you commit thoughts and images to cyberspace, because the minute they leave your phone they cease to be yours. Love Mum xx By Suzanne Whitton Dearest daughter, If I was sitting opposite you right now, you would probably be rolling your eyes in despair, or perhaps embarrassment, but this way, I hope that you will give my words a chance.
Sex in isolation? maybe not. sexting? definitely.
I know that you see yourself as a grown-up teenager, able to make decisions for yourself but trust me, sometimes your "uncool" mum only has your best interests at heart. Please hear me out. As I watch you blossom from into a young lady, my biggest prayer is that you retain your innocence for as long as possible. This doesn't mean that I want to "baby" you, it just means that I am trying my hardest to keep your life age-appropriate.
Sexting and possibly more occasion you will think my decision and advice is unfair, even ridiculous, but as your parent, my greatest role in life to be the gate-keeper to your heart. Every day I see girls of your age - just 13 and still children - posting suggestive images of themselves, on Facebook and Instagram, photographs which once in the public domain, cannot be erased.
I am shocked and saddened by these girls' eagerness to flaunt their adolescent bodies, pouting in front posdibly the camera lens, taunting young boys and even grown men. With the arrival of Snapchat - an app which promises to leave no trace sexting and possibly more your image online - the temptation is likely to be greater. My instinct to protect your innocence however, emerges even stronger. Please stop and think before you post.
Who is going morr be seeing this image? Who might they send it on to?
What impression of yourself are you leaving with that person? Please consider if it is the right one, the one that you want them to remember you by. Can I ask one more thing?
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That you respect yourself - not only the teenage-self that you are now, but the adult that you will one day become. You know that you should always say no to drugs, no to sex or inappropriate touching. You understand stranger danger. But, what about possibly happens when you are alone at home? I want to be sure that you understand how ane the internet, and even your cellphone can really be.
I know we've talked about "stranger danger" and false identities before.
But, what about lossibly sexting and possibly more or boyfriend? You know, the cute opssibly at school that you gave your to. Or, the one that you sometimes instant message with. I know how much you like him and how much you want him to like you back. What scares me is that I don't know if you have the self-esteem and the confidence to draw the line. The sad truth is, boys will sometimes ask you to send them pictures of you or talk with them about sex over text or instant message.
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This is called "sexting" and it's sexting and possibly more okay. Even if you trust this boy completely, once you hit send you can't take it back. The picture of you revealing something private can easily be forwarded to friends, posted on the internet and most likely will get into the wrong hands. And, remember, you can't ever even be sure who is on the other side of the computer, cellphone or chat or that the person you are talking to is alone. Think about how you would feel if you sent a picture or dirty text to someone.
Are you respecting your body? Are you respecting your privacy? What guarantee do you have that the recipient of that message will do the same? Can you trust that person with your reputation or even your future?
Remember, there are no take backs. Once it is sent, it's as good as on the internet or being passed around school.
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Remember, one chance, one life. There are no take-backs.
Love, By Emma Bradley Dear daughter, Being a teen is much harder posisbly, you are subject to social media which sexting and possibly more your very being. You live your life by sharing, from the selfies you Instagram to the thoughts you tweet. Thankfully I never had that to manage alongside the usual teenage relationships I would write letters to my friends and boyfriends but they didn't have the ability to share so widely, no chance of a private conversation going viral.
I want you to be wise online and stay safe. One of the concerns I have is with photos and sexting.
Not only am I your mum, but I'm teacher who has heard some horror stories. Girls that have sent compromising photos of themselves that have then been shared around the school like a holiday snap.
I don't want you to feel the hurt and humiliation that goes with that particular mistake. Getting too drunk, having your heart broken - those will be your experiences to feel.
But just listen to your mum and don't ever give anybody photos of you that you wouldn't want everyone seeing and don't discuss your private life where it can be shared without your permission. School boys are not mature enough to deal with that - no matter what they say. Once a photo is out there, you have lost control of it.
It will be out there forever in someone's phone, memory sexting and possibly more or the internet. It could come moee again when you least expect it. You have high aspirations, you want to be successful and you are working so hard at school to achieve your dreams I don't want that to be jeopardised, do you want a photo resurfacing when you are at the top of your chosen career or when you are a mum yourself?
Like I said sweetheart, make mistakes, your dad and me will cover your back, we will always be there for you but on this occasion just listen to us.