Aex chat with stranger
Educating yourself on the dangers of online stranger encounters is the first step in protecting you kids.
The next step is educating your kids, and that means talking to them about it.
A relationship based on trust, love and frank communication will ensure children to confide and share their online issues with you.
Moreover, you can ask questions online anonymously on any topic and receive answers from the experienced community.
Kids aren’t talking about encounters with online strangers, but parents need to.
Children know it and they consciously avoid strangers who try to befriend them in the mall or fairground but show little of the prudence online.
Often parents complain, “My child does not listen to me, especially when it comes to online activities.” My contention is that children WILL listen to parents; they are conditioned to do so.
They also accept that parents are better equipped to judge a person’s nature and intention than themselves.
Chances are high that your child is a rational, happy, confident person, secure in your love and appreciation.
As I mentioned earlier, such children also chat with strangers, but it is with the intention of making new friends, something like the penpals of our time.
However, it is advisable not to allow children to sign up on chat sites that have no age restrictions.