I let the person know that, no, I am not interested in FWB (friends with benefits) at the current moment. I restated that FWB wasn’t what I was looking for at the current moment, and two days did not change things. From what I understand of friends with benefits is that you are friends first.Two days later I receive another message – “Now are you interested in FWB? That’s the first word in the label of what is “technically” a form of a relationship – it is labeled after all.The San Diego District Attorney (SDDA) reported that over 45 million children ages 10-17 use the Internet, and among them: The odds that your child or teen has encountered a solicitation from a stranger online are high, and there is also a chance that those messages were inappropriate or lewd.There are a few social sites that promote chatting with strangers.If they know you disapprove, they may attempt to hide it.So educate yourself on the chat lingo they may use to hide their conversations.Parents should familiarize themselves with those sites so they can recognize if their children are using them.Because some kids and teens don’t fully understand the dangers of talking to strangers online, they may engage in this behavior.
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