I personally believe most people have friends on the internet, those n their teens, at least. I myself have made plenty of friends on the internet. I absolutely believe that you can make real friends on the internet, no doubt about it. Your online friends can be any where, Faceable, Instating, Twitter, absolutely anywhere. Even on gaming consoles. Some of my (figuratively) losses friends I have met on the internet.
Not all people you are friends with on the internet are strictly on the internet. Keep up with friends that have moved away or that have moved away from. Internet friendships can help keep up with lost connections, meet new people, and many you can become close enough to in order to seek personal advice from in trot bubbling times. Anyone can tell you that they have had some sort of irreplaceable friend dish’s ruined from one of the pair going somewhere far off, losing touch, or drifting because of it me apart. I speak room personal experience when I say, I?s bad.
And it happens to the best of u s. But in one case of myself, I was young, in elementary school and a boy with a military family moved here. We became very good friends until he moved away to Maryland. We had added e ACH other on Oxbow before he left and we still talk to this day… Six years later. I’ve met his friends who have done the same and now we are all in far away place but still linked by one bond. The e internet. These guys are my best friends. Closer than anyone else know, and it wouldn’t have ever happened without the internet. Eve met plenty Of trustworthy and really cool people on the internet that I’ve never even seen in real life, and hundreds of thousands of other people have too. S mom friends of mine that have made in school even have had long distance relationships with pee pole on the internet which is amazing to me-meeting people on the internet can come from chat r moms, places where you can find others with similar interests, or bayou are playing a game together r and become friends through there. Friendships can even be built through places where you are merely seeking advice and gain from others personal stories which draw you together.
Sure it can be dangerous to meet strangers on the internet, which is why you should learn the rules to be safe in the internet, including never to give passwords or personal information to people you don’t know. At the same time though, if you’ve known these people for years and can trust the me with anything, it’s like they are right next door. Sure it’s one thing to go to a random place on the internet and send people your personal info, but it’s completely different to go to a mutual y enjoyed place, and speak to each other, not through messages.
I understand when people as y “You shouldn’t talk to people on the internet because you don’t know if they are child predated Ours or something. ” because yeah, you don’t know but you aren’t completely daft either. I think m cost of the warnings that come from meeting people on the internet are from concerned parents a ND adult figures directed towards their kids. And a lot of the time, there are no warnings need deed, because there is no way that kids, mostly 814 year olds, are going to meet someone trying to SST elk them.
There are plenty of websites out there where you can ask people quests ions you may have that they can give advice for after having relatable experiences. Now you’ve h eared what everyone says, “Don’t trust anything you see on the internet! ” which is not go d advice at all, because it can lead a kid to believe that everything on the internet is false, who en in fact it isn’t. This can lead kids to be gaining a lot of falsified info based on “facts” given to t hem by higher authority. But, the truth is, there is a lot of useful information on the internet just waiting for us to go out and find it.
And, you can also get lots of help from friends that you k now on the internet. Since there is no direct interaction, many people, including myself, AR e more comfortable with talking to someone without actually being in front of them. Many people argue that social media consumes people. “The number boniness’ we possess is s daggering: Email, public Twitter, Twitter DMS, public Faceable, Faceable messages, Faceable chi at, Linked messages, public Google+, Google+ messages, blob comments, Keep, text m assuages, Instating, hone, voice mail, and several topically or geographically specific forums. Sure e, Social media may consume some people, but those listed by the author of this article are j just to give a long list of things that people don’t even use. Blob comments? Where’s the ‘bait’ in that t? Faceable chat? There’s no such thing. This list has a lot of stuff in it to make it longer. First of all, your phone number is associated with the listed text messages, phone calls, and voice l. This is NOT bait. Your number isn’t social media. It’s your personal conversation creator.
It’s no where unless presented on your social media account, and nobody would go directly to that t to speak with you. They would use the many “messengers” presented before us in a heap. A large e part of the argument presented by the author is his own fault. “I’ve ended up talking ABA UT my personal life less, since a large percentage of the groups don’t know me. ” If you don’t know somebody, don’t act like you’ve been pushed into a corner, because if you no longer feel comfy ratable with those you associate yourself with, then don’t do it!
You are not a victim! You’re the p repertory of the crime you committed against yourself! And in the instance Of personal relation ins, “If you are dealing with someone who is not forthcoming about their identity, you don’t k now his or her motive for doing so. ” in a case like this, your alarms should be going off right then and there. You cannot be dense enough not to cut off communications with them. As stated before, the internet can be a risky place to dwell, but if you know what you’re doing, you won’t have any problem at all.
Many authors believe they know eve retrying there is to now about internet safety, but I was given a good piece of advice from my en gingering teacher, “If you know a little bit about everything, nobody can sell you false information n. ” which a very good idea. Learn a bit about everything, and you can spot errors where they a re. People try to scare people into listening to what they say by giving extreme instances and d randomization that have little to no possibility of actually happening.