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Parents: If you want to monitor your kid's cell phone without seeming intrusive, be honest about what you're doing and why.
my mom found out about some old things i used to do to get around her restrictions and she’s since tried her best to invade my privacy even more because she no longer trusts me (as if she trusted me in the first place).
i know the dangers of the internet- yes, i do make internet friends but i don’t ever try to meet up with them, give them my full name, tell them where i live, or anything of the sort.
I was well liked and had many friends, but after my parents searched my electronics, I lack basic confidence and communication skills to mantain many relationships.
DO NOT feel bad for monitoring your CHILDS internet, phone, media usage!she's scrolled through my texts, looked through my apps, checked all of my history, and she searches through each thing on my phone for something, ANYTHING to get mad at.at some points, she finds nothing to get mad at and decides to get upset because i save pictures of celebrities on my phone.in addition to this, she also invades my privacy offline, too. she reads my diary (even when i wrote on loose leaf paper and hid it in my room, she found it and read it all). and she gets angry at every single thing she deems wrong or not to her liking. i grew up with this, and i grew up feeling like no place was safe, like i had no right to express my thoughts, even to myself.there was a time in 7th grade where i was so paranoid that i thought she could read my mind, and i did everything i could to only think of things that would prevent me from getting in trouble.