Eventually, they'll have to learn how to have sleep hygiene on their own, and I would rather that happen sometime before college. The main problem here isn't with internet safety. By this I mean two things:. Work with her to teach her better methods and better practices. However, I think this may backfire.
And 2 Find some way to block the internet at night.
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Also teach her to type her comments and messages online, then instead of sending it, tell her to reread it and evaluate it. Archived copy as title Pages with DOIs inactive since All articles with dead external links Articles with dead external links from January Articles with dead external links from December Wikipedia pending changes protected pages Use dmy dates from February Articles with limited geographic scope from February Vague or ambiguous geographic scope from May All articles with specifically marked weasel-worded phrases Articles with specifically marked weasel-worded phrases from November Commons category link from Wikidata. The "stalking" and "cyber-bullying" stuff is overblown by the media. A frank talk about what addiction is and why her behaviour is harmful to her is needed. It would have been a massive loss: She probably doesn't see this as a very probable threat, which is likely why she isn't taking your advice.