You can search the board for "social media" and you'll see everyone's thoughts on the matter. Our sons were also rather young (8 and 10?) when they started Facebook but I stayed out of it and didn't snoop. I figured they will post and say the same as they would in a text or at school. When I later discovered and understood the alienating effects on our relationships, I followed the veteran's suggestion here to take my then S16 and S18 out for Sunday brunches and let them do the talking. That began the long but rewarding recovery from the alienation damage. Beats the crap outta snooping on Facebook any day.DivorcedDadInVa wrote:What are people thoughts on the non-custodial parent's access to their kids social media?
This is not good because the money/property should have been used as bargaining chips for the custody negotiations. Is there anything else you can use for chips now?DivorcedDadInVa wrote:We've been divorced since August and money/property is settled, but we're still fighting custody/< parenting time >, with a full day trial set in a couple of months.
minuette wrote:How would shutting down the 8yo's Instragram account improve your relationship with the child or address/eliminate a detriment to the health or safety of the child?
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