Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat, WhatsApp, YouTube, Twitter, and more — with all these platforms, Gen Z (born beginning in 1998) has a lot of potential for a strong digital presence.
What your children post on social media matters more than the numbers of likes they receive. They can highlight memorable life events, share great news, and even build their digital résumés online.
Social media can certainly influence your children’s lives positively, but that’s not to say there’s room for only the good. When posting, teenagers must exercise caution and think before pressing the “share” button. Learning how to think critically about what they share is essential for this group, and this is where a father can help.
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