A: Please give me your address, so I can head over to your house to take away your phone.You need to make a quick recovery and stop snooping on this family. This was confirmed to you by the mother of the girl.I wasn’t exactly avoiding the topic, but she was only 6½ and it seemed way too early.Since there were no bare-bottomed kids playing doctor in her bedroom or questions about where babies come from, I figured the talk could wait awhile—until her high school graduation maybe.You have no doubt seen the examples in the media of teens being cyberbullied, arrested, or even committing suicide as a result of bad decisions involving the circulation of nude personal pictures.My thoughts here are intended to provide you (youth) with a specific and simple strategy to help avoid any of these consequences.
Teachers who don’t can lose their teaching license and/or be fired.Some people get a little weirded out when they hear the word "counselling." That's OK.Basically, counselling is about talking to someone who knows a lot about many different issues that teens face.If you do receive such an image, odds are that it was sent by a good friend (or a boyfriend or girlfriend).As a result, you probably don’t want to get this person into too much trouble, but you also know that peddling in these kinds of pictures is probably not going to lead to great things in life (because if you think about it, it is highly inappropriate, morally wrong, and potentially illegal). Well, most adults might advise you to “tell an adult you trust.” This is generally good advice for a lot of problems you run into, however in the case of a naked photo of an under-aged youth, this can be devastating for all involved.