Dear Straight Talk: Our two teenage daughters give us few problems. However, their phone accounts are in our names and we routinely check their messages without their knowledge. Our youngest, age 16, has a male friend from a good family who has been texting her with extremely personal questions about female anatomy.
He is also 16, attends a different school and they rarely see each other. To her credit, my daughter has ignored these texts; however, I’m so upset I’m considering informing his parents — but then I’d have to confess to eavesdropping. I snoop only to keep my children safe. What does your panel think we should do? — Concerned parents, Carmel
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