Teens' affection for Facebook is not dead yet.
Let's face it, our teens live in a new world which most of us absolutely and without a doubt did not grow up in. Our teens live in one world where they are in face-to-face contact with others as well as in living a virtual world with others.
You want your tone to be open and concerned -- not angry and blaming, or shocked and horrified. And you don't want to start out by slapping on a bunch of restrictions. Social media may not seem important to you, but it can seem like life or death to teenagers.
This week, HuffPost Teen readers sounded off on some of their biggest, most obnoxious and totally cringe-worthy Twitter pet
"I gave my kids access to email at relatively young ages. I wanted them to learn while they still listened to me."
I spoke with Tim Woda looking for his advice on how to keep children safe growing up in the digital age. We also spoke about parent engagement, getting parents to understand that it's okay to monitor their children's online conversations with friends. Our parents did it. We can as well.