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Our 16 year old son was recently caught doing inappropriate things on his phone. He had been caught before and was warned and more restrictions were put. Well this time it was worse. Seems one of his friends created an account for him and it almost jeopardized my husband since the phone is in his account. My husband is so upset because he says my son feels no remorse or he doesn’t seem sorry. This morning he told me he is seriously considering just giving him a flip phone. I really don’t want to go to that extreme. I think with more restrictions and more guidance he will be okay. I’m just worried this will drive him further away from us. As it is he isn’t very open.

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