Parenting - Digital Parenting | 18+ yrs

Parents, Don't Post Children's Pics

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Parenthood is a blessing that enriches our soul and gives us joy of life. But in today's technological era, there is a growing craze for posting pictures of children among parents. Parents are seen clicking pictures from morning to evening throughout the routine chores and trying to make their children become the cutest child on the internet. But what they fail to understand is the flipside of doing so..

According to a quote by Livingstone on TheGuardian, “If you put information out there, you are a possibly putting your child at risk in the present, and you could be putting them at risk in the future.”

Also, with the constant pressure to look presentable on camera, they might miss out on some of the real moments while trying to create a perfect one for the outer world. Also, any comments posted by people can affect your child's personality as children are very sensitive and emotional. It is parents’ duty to ensure that their child is safe, enjoying life without any pressure and living life to the fullest. Withdrawing technology from your real-life moments will bring in a sense of ease and give you the chance to connect and bond with your child.

Thus, it is crucial that children's pictures be not posted for strangers to see and stalk. Another fact that needs to be noted is that virtual-space interactions lose value in real world and thus people liking or sharing the picture may never really be interested in your life. Therefore, instead of posting pictures, parents can try to spend quality time with their children and create a wealth of happy hearts.

Refer the ClipBook below to know more about the risks of posting your children’s pictures online.


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