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Intervene in your teen's privacy any time you feel a sense of danger or a risk to the child's physical safety, character and morals. If you feel that your teenage daughter is being exposed to anything that's bad for her—a bad friend, dangerous or inappropriate e-mails or unusual phone calls—you should be vigilant about helping your child, Rabbi Shmuley says.
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