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Being parents of a teenager, it’s difficult for you to set them free while keeping them safe. Giving them freedom to spread their wings, make their own decision and take full responsibilities for their actions is an important part of the transition to maturity, but their safety is naturally your biggest concern. The key is the equipment for your teenagers with skills so that they can deal with potential dangerous situations without taking away their freedom.

Plan in advance

Whenever your child goes out, make sure that you’ve talked to them about the place where she will come, who she will spend time with and what time she will go home. If your teenager has already planned for her steps, her safety is less likely to be violated. Fight against the temptations of teaching your teenager what to do; instead of that, suggest her the way she can take precautions to take care of herself. For example, your teenage girl can plan on meeting her friends in a special place at a preset time.

Communication

Encourage your child to have cell phone in her pocket whenever and wherever she goes. Check all of your child’s contact – home, cellphones, and work phones – whether they’re saved in the phone’s memory or not. If she has a prepaid cellphone, make sure that the account has plenty of credit before she goes out so that she can call you at any time. If your child is a young teenager who’ve just starting to go out with friends alone, ask them to call or message you at preset time so that you know your child is still safe.

Description: If your child is a young teenager who’ve just starting to go out with friends alone, ask them to call or message you at preset time so that you know your child is still safe.

If your child is a young teenager who’ve just starting to go out with friends alone, ask them to call or message you at preset time so that you know your child is still safe.

Online safety

Internet has a huge role in the social life of teenagers today. This is a field that many parents feel extremely nervous about, as they’re unfamiliar with the internet. Talk to your teenage girl about internet safety in the earliest possible opportunity and set some basic rules. The first rule is that she shouldn’t reveal any personal info – full name, home address, cell phone number, internet password and details about the family – to anyone she meets online and doesn’t know in the real life. If your teenage girl wants to use chat room, make sure that she uses a different name from their real one. Warn her about the risks of meeting people she connects online and require your teenage girl to let you know if someone asks her for a direct meeting.

Description: Talk to your teenage girl about internet safety in the earliest possible opportunity and set some basic rules.

Talk to your teenage girl about internet safety in the earliest possible opportunity and set some basic rules.

Consequences

After setting some guidelines and rules to keep your teenage girl safe, let her know what will happen if she doesn’t follow these things. For example, if your teen doesn’t come home after the curfew time and don’t call you to inform you that everything is still fine, you can set earlier curfew time within the next few weeks. Emphasize that you’re not a control freak trying to have influence on her life or ruin their happiness; your main concern is her safety. Ask her to be honest and open with you about any difficult situations she has encountered. If your teenager feels that she can talk to you without being judged or criticized, regardless of the mistakes she might have made, it’s possible that she will open her heart to you. The more you know about the habits and the place your child often comes, the higher the chance you have to keep your child be safe and sound.

Description: Ask her to be honest and open with you about any difficult situations she has encountered.

Ask her to be honest and open with you about any difficult situations she has encountered.

 

 

 

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