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|4 Ways to Give Your Teen Some Freedom Without Destroying Your Peace of Mind|
|News Releases - General Info|
|Written by Ginny Grimsley|
|Monday, 05 August 2013 14:39|
Expert Offers Solutions for a Touchy Subject
Teenagers pose many dilemmas for parents, and one of the biggest is determining how much freedom to allow.
“There’s such a fine line – they have one foot in childhood and the other in adulthood, so you can’t completely trust their decision-making. And yet, you need to allow them some independence because in a very short time, they will be adults,” says George Karonis, a location-based services specialist.
“And, let’s be honest, life is better when your teen is happy. It’s nice to see them looking forward to something like a friend’s party or a weekend camping trip.”
Figuring out how to balance their need for a measure of freedom and independence against a parent’s concern for safety can be difficult.
He offers the following solutions for parents:
About George Karonis
George Karonis has a background in security and surveillance, and has specialized in location services since 2005. A self-professed computer geek, one of his chief concerns is balancing the usefulness of tracking with the protection of individuals’ privacy. He is founder and CEO of LiveViewGPS, Inc. (www.mobilephonelocate.com)
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