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If it seems that teens are beginning to sprout new addendums to their limbs that look strangely like mobile phones, it’s because they practically are. For example, will you pay for unlimited text messaging and mobile Internet access for your teen?
On the flip side, there are some concerns to be weighed by parents who are considering handing their teens the privilege and responsibility of owning a cell phone.
Not surprisingly, a recent survey by OTX reported that text messaging is the favorite mobile phone activity of 72 percent of teens.
One of the biggest misconceptions about teen dating violence is that it always involves physical violence.
But the truth is that dating violence isn’t always so easy to spot.