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Does social media hurt parent-child relationships?

A recent study found that half of teens communicated with their parents through social media, and 16 percent had daily interactions, suggesting that social networking may help parents and children strengthen their relationship. However, others argue that if children spend too much time on the Internet, it will hurt the parent-child relationship. The fact that some parents stalk or follow their children anonymously on social media also gives rise to distrust between parents and children. What’s your take? You’re welcome to share your stories.



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