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I don’t know if times are different now or if I’m just not remembering my teenage years clearly, but the level of profanity and offhand cruelty and obnoxiousness I see among the general teenage population now when they are just passing time amongst themselves is mind-boggling, to me. They’re pushing boundaries and their brains aren’t yet fully formed and most teens, away from teachers, parents, and other adults, are talking to each other in a way that’ll make your hair stand on end. (On the other hand, I don’t kid myself; both my kids are capable of swearing like sailors, but we’ve had lots of discussions about there being a time and a place for these sorts of things.) But I can also tell you that even he, as a non-neurotypical, socially awkward young adult, knows that this is what happens and sometimes the best move is to just tune it out.
We’re trying a new advice column here at Alpha Mom to address your questions for the older-kid crowd. And if you have a question to submit, hit me up at alphamomteens[at]gmail[dot]com.
*************** D writes: My almost-16-year-old son has had a smartphone for only about 6 months (yes, we’re mean). One of the rules we established was that at least at first, mom and dad had the right to spot check his phone for texts, inappropriate apps, etc. Because said son’s acquaintances and friends know we have this rule, they have left him off of most of their group texts (which is interesting in itself).
Being told to put down their smartphone and live in the moment is nothing new to most teenagers. Ann Makosinski is urging thousands of people to ditch their devices and do something else instead with their time.
The 18-year-old Canadian university student does not even own a smartphone and never has done, giving her an unlikely kinship with the actor Eddie Redmayne, who last week revealed he had swapped to an analogue handset – albeit temporarily.
She described how as a child her parents would refuse to give her toys or let her watch television. “My parents didn’t want me distracted and playing games on it, because that would be wasting time,” she recalls. Not being given everything encourages you to create ....