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So having a teen daughter who spends most of the free time (after doing school work and watching Netflix ) in smartphone, what should be the best approach regarding watching her activity
1. Asking Mrs to handle it?
2. Ask her to voluntary show the activity?
3. checking the phone on the sly?
Her iTunes ,spotify account is linked to my Credit card so I know she is not doing any useless purchase.
She has two Insta, tik tok, snap account which is private as well public
Too much of good is bad,mix some evil in it
Whether the teen is treated as a child is entirely dependent on the choices the teen makes. The parent is not "infantilizing" them - the teen makes that choice. It is much cheaper for a person to learn consequences as a teen at home with parents than as an adult in prison with adults who really do not care. Learning self-control and making wise decisions are the most important things a teen will learn.