By Megan S. Willman
My son doesn’t understand my suspicion when he huddles in the corner of the car making sure I don’t see his phone screen. I assure him that these middle-aged eyes are focused on the road and can’t read from that far away, but he steadfastly protects the privacy of a conversation consisting of “K” and “CU.” I get it, though. Privacy matters to all of us, and as parents of teenagers, we are navigating tricky waters. We need household guidelines concerning electronic privacy (phones/social media) as well as personal privacy (bedrooms). But how do we decide what those expectations should be?