People are always looking for greener pastures, and social media isn’t exempted from that. With different privacy issues revolving on social media giant, Facebook users are trying to find a new Facebook alternative this 2019 that could fill the social network platform’s shoes.
Social Media plays a huge part in everyone’s life. From the way we communicate, work, buy, and sell, social media contributes to it. And now with this emerging trend, social media is also playing a relevant role in parenting.
Sharing photos of your child on social apps is normal. After all, who doesn’t want to see a cute child smiling? But if parents are uploading their child’s photos daily as if this is their full-time job, that’s when sharenting happens.
Sharenting, a combination of the words sharing and parenting, is when parents are sharing too much information about their children on social media, usually in the forms of photos and videos.
Now how do you distinguish a ‘sharenting’ to a simple mother sharing her son’s photo? Well here are the signs if you’re becoming a ‘sharent’ or not.