Watch Now Argentina vs Iceland Can Teens & Parents See Eye to Eye?


Teens and their parents come together to discuss their relationships with technology and each other.
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29 thoughts on “Watch Now Argentina vs Iceland Can Teens & Parents See Eye to Eye?”

  1. Teens are DEFINITELY not as innocent as before. Social media has influenced so many teens and children to think that “oh maybe it’s okay” to do something thta isn’t right for kids..

  2. anxiety and depression up because of lack of innocence? that’s so wrong lol, where I live school plays a huge factor because it is very important for us to achieve a lot + social media and the constant presence of comparing yourself with others is what I believe are the biggest reasons in my area

  3. I’d have these kinds of conversations with my mom, since shed understanding. But never with my dad (unless I wanted to be lectured and judged to the core) 🙂

  4. These parents are too up tight, they don’t need to be monitoring their social media if they raise them with the correct morals and beliefs. I’m almost 19 now and my parents were somewhat similar, but as I got older they were more lenient which in result caused a more honest and better relationship. At that point you in a sense keep yourself from making mistakes to not upset your parents, but I think that comes with age. As you get older you become more aware and appreciative of the sacrifices your parents make so you feel as though you can never repay them; but at the same time, they are your parents and they are there for things like that.

  5. I don’t think the bald guy was right about depression, suicide, and anxiety being up because of lack of innocence. Mine comes more from a dissappointment in others ( primarily adults) and has nothing to do with my own innocence. I’m just about the most innocent person you know and when people do bad things or say bad things, it triggers my emotions and makes me feel alone and surrounded in darkness. If anyone is struggling with anything please let me know and I’d be glad to email you.

  6. I like the idea but dont like those kids and i would like to ser this video but not with relatives just teens vs parents

  7. This video makes me realize how cool my parents are lol. Ive really been enjoying these videos, its rare to find people have open conversations. Great series!!

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