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03-06-2013 10:35 PM
Looking at history is useless - I clear mine down every day. So will the kids. Any device that shows you what they have already seen is too late and the first time you confront them the trust is lost.
I raised mine to trust that I would check/know what/where they've been and done. Not just on the internet. Seems to have worked, all are now in their majority and not in jail and are self-supporting.
Not bragging, just pointing out possibilities.
03-07-2013 04:43 AM
Yes i agree that making a deal with kids up front is a good one. Agreeing that you can check their history whenever you want would prevent the loss of trust when/if you do feel the need check it. Same goes for social networking; agreeing to having their password and being a "friend" is the healthy way, even if you never use it.
They WILL view pron. Best talk about it and give the usual warnings that it isn't real life.
08-08-2016 06:17 AM