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UNLESS YOU HAVE A REAL REASON. and DO NOT punish your kid for anything you see on their phone. they are still maturing and making mistakes. don't get mad at them. it won't help. if you ask your child to see their phone they are gonna say no. but 9/10 we aren't hiding anything. it's just our phone and we want it for ourselves.
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