Is your child constantly texting or talking on the cell phone? Do you really know who's talking? Like most parents, you may be a little curious or worried about spending too much time with your fingers on the keys and the phone on their ears.
Text messages are fast, easy, and fun to communicate with. Children usually send and receive messages between 2000 and 10,000 per month. Considering the fact that I have to put ten words on my teenage son, I can't imagine having to talk.
First, did you try to talk to your teenager to interrupt the warning messages on your phone? I think my son realized I was getting more than a little annoyed so he just turned off the warning. This only checks the phone display every 30 seconds. Once again, what's so important?
Of course, my curiosity is the best, and I started to track his messages on the rare occasion that he actually set the phone. Then I was wrong to mention something I read. Now, just clear your messages before uploading your phone. Not expected to see what you're talking about or who you're talking to?
During a conversation with other parents, I realized that I'm not the only one involved. What don't they want us to know? Do you talk to the strangers you met on MySpace or chat room? Neighboring children you don't want to associate with? Are we talking about inappropriate topics? We were probably shocked if we knew it.
Recent research has reduced test scores among 15-year-olds with the increasing trend in text messaging. Children learn too tired to learn about the temptation of late night textiles. This seems to have become the latest teenage obsession at the top of the list of video games. I'm sure you agree that at least we need to know who's talking.
As soon as I started testing it was very simple. Our mobile phone bill shows all outgoing numbers, but how do we know who has that number? We can pretty much say that someone is locally based on the area code, but it's not very reliable yet. You can also see the time stamp of the text. Let me tell you that I was shocked to see some text time because my son should be in bed at 10 am at school nights.
We remove them with a mobile phone so we can access them, so we have a responsibility to monitor at least what their other conversations are. With such simple steps, it is so easy to find everything you need to know:
1. Check your mobile phone bill. The latest information is usually online. Scan your text message data and write curious numbers. You can also check the time stamps to make sure your child follows the "mobile phone rules".
2nd There are many services available for reverse lookup mobile numbers, and they all work in the same way. You will probably have to pay a small fee (either yearly or monthly), but the service is worth WELL.
Some parents may argue that this kind of mobile phone detective work is for inviting the child's private life. To date, all the technology available to children is certainly not the only one that invites their privacy and it is not impossible to turn their heads and pretend they are not interested or at least curious.
Good luck and happy dreams!
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