08-16-2017 09:18 PM
Beautifully put @LaurenPiro That's a great point about teenagers not only needing privacy but having the skills to protect it.
There has been a lot of comments made about how this is the generation that is the most out of control, the most distracted, the most self involved, the most vain but the truth is that they are very similar to all the generations of teenagers that pre-date them. The real difference is that this is the most documented generation. Prior to this, owning a camera was a luxury and getting photos developed was a luxury on top of a luxury.
I have about 10 photos from my teenage years. My daughter has ten from this evening.
It's a significant difference.
08-16-2017 09:21 PM
Not at all @LaurenPiro We're incredibly grateful you gave us your time.
Thanks for the link. That will be very helpful.
08-16-2017 09:23 PM
So, so true @Ngaio-RO!
And we probably take that many photos of our cats a day!! Whereas when I was a teen digital cameras weren't even around! I developed my photos in the darkroom.
08-16-2017 09:34 PM - edited 08-16-2017 09:46 PM
Hi @Ngaio-RO there was a time where I would have considered tracking my daughters phone (for safety reasons) but realise the dangerous potential this could have, so I am glad there is no legitimate way to do this.
@LaurenPiro You're right - I dont think my daughter would wear a wrist band!
08-17-2017 10:37 AM