Being a single parent of a young family can be tough, especially when your children frequently hang outside of the house. However, it is possible to easily keep tabs on their behavior without embarrassing them by calling or texting every half hour.
Here are 3 ways single parents can better monitor their children’s activity:
1) Conduct a quick, easy online background check on the people they spend the most time with.
Make sure your child’s friends are trustworthy and responsible. Whether you want to look into their friends or their parents/family members, any parent can conduct this search with just a few clicks of a mouse.
2) Perform a reverse address or cell phone number lookup to see if your child is telling the truth about what they’re doing.
Do you know the cell number of the person your son or daughter is going out with? What about the address of the location where they said they’re going to be? To make sure they’re not lying, input a phone number or address into an online reverse search service to see if they’re being honest about their plans.
3) Download an undetectable mobile monitoring app.
Wondering what’s happening on your children’s phones? If you suspect they’ve been lying or just want to observe their behavior, be safe by installing an undercover cell phone “spy” app on their device. You’ll then gain access to an easy-to-use dashboard where you can read their text messages, see their call log, and view more of their phone activity.
Stop stressing about your son or daughter’s actions, and start monitoring it better with ease!
Have you tried any of these techniques? How else do you monitor your children’s activity? Do you feel marriage records would improve throughout this country if monitoring was more accepted? Feel free to share your tips in the comments below!