Some people will take precautions by posting the invitation as a private entry on Facebookbut even so word can get around — and the end result can be devastating. Researchers have found a Most parents are aware of the statistics concerning childhood obesity. Summer can be a particularly worrisome time for parents who live in towns and villages, where teenagers have easy access to the so-called 'free gaffs' — homes empty of adults during the day. Every evening, the centuries-old square of Jemaa El While your child may never intend to cause trouble, he or she can be overwhelmed by peer pressure, she warns: It's not that teenagers intend to cause trouble — sometimes it just happens, says Lisa, a year-old and another 'home-aloner':
There are a few year-olds like that around here.
'Sexist, unsafe' world experienced by young girls
The miracle baby who survived 25 heart attacks in a day When Theo was just eight days old his parents were Because they're still young, kids are immature and often don't understand that people will jump at an invitation to a party — and they also don't understand the broad reach of Twitter and Facebook. Most Read Most Shared 'Women don't speak about it because you don't want to be seen to be Mum watches daughter relearn to walk four times due to shared brittle bone One mother of two teenagers aged 16 and 18, who lives in Tipperary, says local parents made a communal decision not to allow teenagers into their homes during the day unless an adult was present.