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at some points, she finds nothing to get mad at and decides to get upset because i save pictures of celebrities on my phone.in addition to this, she also invades my privacy offline, too. she reads my diary (even when i wrote on loose leaf paper and hid it in my room, she found it and read it all). and she gets angry at every single thing she deems wrong or not to her liking. i grew up with this, and i grew up feeling like no place was safe, like i had no right to express my thoughts, even to myself.
they lose trust in their parents, and in turn you'll loose trust in us.All you kids need to evolve and protect yourselves from the old peoplemy mother has been monitoring me ever since i was in 3rd grade- i'm in 9th grade now.she's scrolled through my texts, looked through my apps, checked all of my history, and she searches through each thing on my phone for something, ANYTHING to get mad at.It got to the point where I began to think that there were cameras put up in our house to spy on me.I thought that the wifi would send my internet searches to them, and that they would read them.It's a parents' job to make sure kids are using their devices appropriately. If you sense something isn't right, spot-check more often.
Some parents say, "If I'm paying for it, I'm entitled to read my kids' texts, check their call logs, and know who their friends are." That's valid, but kids consider these devices to be as personal as diaries, so tread cautiously. Do you think it's important to monitor your kid's phone without seeming intrusive? My parents will not stop and my life sucks pretty bad right now.
to this day, i have to take every backdoor just to do things like text my classmates about homework.
my mom found out about some old things i used to do to get around her restrictions and she’s since tried her best to invade my privacy even more because she no longer trusts me (as if she trusted me in the first place).
but if you don’t give your kid a chance, you’ll never receive the bond that i hope you crave from them.
your child is neither you nor your subject nor an object. the law may not grant us rights to privacy but it’s your duty as a human to realize that we, as a general whole, deserve it.
You, kids, need to show that you have nothing to lose.