Teenagers and texting: A guide for parents



As depicted in the image above, parents know very little when it comes to their children and texting. In order to help better understand your children, please refer to the following information about texting:

Texting has become the main source of communication for teenagers between the ages of 12 and 23. In fact, the United States Census Bureau plans to change the official language of the United States from English to Texting within the next few years. For the parents who are unaware of what texting is, it can be thought of as writing someone a hand written letter, and then making that letter really really tiny and putting it inside your cellphone to send to others. Please note though, if you make a mistake, do not use white-out as you would on an actual letter.

Studies have shown that nearly 38% of teenagers text so frequently that they have lost…

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