Every parent loves their child and wants to preserve every cute and mischievous moment of their child. If in the past, families had to go to the studio and hire a photographer to take a few pictures, now, keeping memories is much simpler. With a smartphone, parents can easily capture their children’s moments. Some post on social networks such as Facebook, Instagram, … to save as online albums.
But taking pictures, posting carefree photos only happens when children are young. As they get older, many children don’t like their parents posting pictures of themselves. Because at this time, children are aware of their personal images and want their photos to be very neat. Understanding that, many parents are very psychological, always asking their children’s opinion before taking and posting photos on social networks. Not only ordinary parents, famous parents also take note of this.
Recently, Miss Vietnam 2004 Nguyen Thi Huyen shared a photo of Khanh Linh’s daughter on her personal page. She wrote: “Since the day her mother let her go out without an adult… she was so happy and went everywhere. She agreed to show her and upload photos as a way to thank her. picture when my mother was 15 years old”.
Miss Nguyen Thi Huyen shows off her daughter’s photo.
As can be seen, Miss Hau does not “rely” on parental rights to upload pictures of her children arbitrarily online but consult her children first. This shows that Nguyen Thi Huyen is very respectful of her children’s privacy.
Or the rich father Cuong Do La used to make people wonder because after having his daughter Suchin, he suddenly posted fewer pictures of Subeo. Some are worried, is Subeo being left out? In one time, Cuong Do La showed a photo of taking his daughter Suchin to go out on a super car, netizens commented: “Why not let Su Beo air with Mr. Cuong?”.
“The mountain town giant” immediately revealed an interesting thing: “Subeo brother is now an adult. Every time you want to upload a picture of Subeo, you have to ask her opinion”. Cuong Do La’s answer made everyone breathe a sigh of relief, and at the same time gave a lot of praise for the rich father’s parenting style. Like Miss Nguyen Thi Huyen, Cuong Do La was also praised for respecting Subeo’s privacy.
Or another character was also praised for this. That’s MC Thao Van. Once upon a time, Thao Van suddenly did not share any more pictures of her son. Many people are curious and wonder why. However, after that, Thao Van posted a selfie with her son and explained about Titus’ “disappearance”: “It’s true that I’m so happy. These days, she’s the one who decides whether to put the picture on Facebook or not. no, it’s been a while since I’ve asked you to post this! Ki bo”.
In fact, many parents because of personal preferences often post pictures of their children on social networks. Although there are many moments when children are exposed, or have unsightly expressions. When they grow up, looking at these pictures, children may be angry and dissatisfied.
Talking about this issue, many experts also say that, before posting about their children, parents need to ask their children how they feel about this. Even small children have the right to refuse. Everyone wants their children to grow up respecting the individual rights of others and one of the best ways to teach them this is for parents to respect their children’s individual rights.
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