Sharenting : Why Sharing Too Much and Too Often about Your Children is Dangerous

Sharenting is a new norm that came with the advent and popularity of social media sites. The foremost of which are Facebook and Instagram. Defined as parent’s overuse of social media to give out information about their children to family members, relatives and friends, sharenting among parents, is usually out of deep pleasure for having a new arrival or for their children’s latest achievements. Not a few are engaged in info and photo sharing activities quite too often, sometimes, even just because a child looked so cute and adorable as he or she sleeps, plays or eats. Yet research studies show that sharenting by parents, usually by mothers, divulges too much information that can make a child vulnerable to the dark elements and unpleasant forces that exist in the World Wide Web. https://youtu.be/IPVas9Xjifk The Dangers Faced by Children When Too Much Information About Them are Being Shared Too many crimes against children have been committed by sex offenders, which is why parents fear them...
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