Teenagers have grown up with the internet, and it shapes their lives in ways parents can never fully understand, says author Ben Brooks, who has written They Don’t Want You to Know, a guide for parents on how to talk to and understand their teenaged children. Photo: Shutterstock Teenagers have grown up with the internet, and it shapes their lives in ways parents can never fully understand, says author Ben Brooks, who has written They Don’t Want You to Know, a guide for parents on how to talk to and understand their teenaged children. Photo: Shutterstock
Teenagers have grown up with the internet, and it shapes their lives in ways parents can never fully understand, says author Ben Brooks, who has written They Don’t Want You to Know, a guide for parents on how to talk to and understand their teenaged children. Photo: Shutterstock

The secret lives of teens – drugs, porn, sex, and sexting included – explained for parents

  • Teenagers’ online dating, mental health and cyberbullying are among the issues author Ben Brooks goes into in his book Things They Don’t Want You to Know
  • For teenagers who have grown up with it, the internet shapes their lives in ways parents can never fully understand, the author tells the Post

Topic |   Parenting: teens
Teenagers have grown up with the internet, and it shapes their lives in ways parents can never fully understand, says author Ben Brooks, who has written They Don’t Want You to Know, a guide for parents on how to talk to and understand their teenaged children. Photo: Shutterstock Teenagers have grown up with the internet, and it shapes their lives in ways parents can never fully understand, says author Ben Brooks, who has written They Don’t Want You to Know, a guide for parents on how to talk to and understand their teenaged children. Photo: Shutterstock
Teenagers have grown up with the internet, and it shapes their lives in ways parents can never fully understand, says author Ben Brooks, who has written They Don’t Want You to Know, a guide for parents on how to talk to and understand their teenaged children. Photo: Shutterstock
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