Friday, March 25, 2011
Question of the Day: Tell us what you think about parents sharing their family-related frustrations, concerns and stories with online readers. Should they obtain their spouses’ and children’s permission first? Would you approve or disapprove if your mother or father were sharing stories about you online – in, say, a blog, or on Facebook or Twitter? What ground rules would you want your parents to agree to? How protective are you of your privacy?
Parents should not share their personal problems with anyone. For instance my mother always told me to keep family issues to myself. Sometimes you shouldn't even tell other family members. People talk other peoples business, even family business. My mother doesn't share problems with anyone except her mother. Sometimes not even her or me. Certain things should not be discussed with other people. Privacy is very important to me and my family members.