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In a recently published study by the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP), it seems that teen angst is evident in the online world as well, as researchers believe there大发快三’;s a clear evidence of a “;facebook depression”; effect。

It’;s considered that more than 70% of American teens and young-adult who have an active internet connection use social networking sites, and more than 50% access a social networking website at least once a day。 Clearly, their lives start to revolve more and more around the online world, one that can be just as mean as the real one, which prompts pediatricians and psychologists alike to advice parents to be very attentive。

“;We don’;t want to demonize the online world or say that social media is bad,”; said report author Gwenn Schurgin O’;Keeffe of the AAP’;s council on communications and media。 “;What we’;d like is for people to slow down a bit and get to know what is happening in kids’; lives。”;

O’;Keefe is very right。 Throwing away a child’;s computer or cellphone won’;t solve the issue, if anything it will make him feel even more frustrated。 Cyber-bullying, privacy infringement and especially child ****ography are real perils a child may experience when left unsupervised, and the best way to deal with them is for parents to talk to their children about online networking and to teach them how to safely navigate them。 Just as would a parent tell his child not to talk to strangers, the same parent should advice a parent not to click the “;Accept friendship”; button to anyone。

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