Understanding and Preventing 'Sexting'

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It's hard to find a young person today who doesn't send text messages, but could your child be "sexting?"

According to a recent study, sending sexual messages and images through text messaging is a growing phenomenon among teens and has even been seen among girls as young as 10.

Little do they know, sending these messages is actually against the law, not to mention it could ruin their reputation.

Rebecca Hagelin, author of 30 Ways in 30 Days to Save Your Family, recently spoke with CBN News about how parents can make sure their children don't "sext" or use today's technology the wrong way.

Click play for her comments.

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