Teens do need privacy, but it's also necessary for parents to step in when they sense their children are in danger, Rabbi Shmuley says. He shares his advice on how to give teenagers their personal space and, at the same time, keep them safe.
Ways to balance teenagers' privacy and safety Today's Shmuleyism: "Every human being from infant to adult has a right to privacy. Even so, parents must always monitor their kids to mitigate bad influences that can affect their physical and emotional well-being. Parents must place safeguards to ensure that they stay healthy and happy."
Printed from Oprah.com on Wednesday, December 11, 2013