As tweens and teens grow up in a digital world, they go through the same developmental stages they always have. Digital media poses both possibilities and perils as teens experiment and explore who they are and who they want to be. Parents and educators need to provide guidance and support systems for teens to thrive and develop in healthy ways as they navigate both face-to-face and the digital world.
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