Our expert says:
Given what you discovered you were right to disconnect the twitter account and I think the loss of FB as well is a consequence in itself. What I would now suggest is that she recogises that she will need to earn your trust back and that that will not be a quick thing. From there perhaps allow her back onto FB with the condition of you and her Dad as friends so you can monitor what is happening.
At 13 her sexuality is emerging, but she will still very much need parental boundaries. I would suggest you speak with her in an understanding way that she is developing and this includes sexually, but as with everything her actions will carry consequeces, and it is important to speak with her about some of the dangers involved in sex talk and where it can lead. She also has no real knowledge of who she is speaking to - the person may well be an adult rather than someone of her own age. Overall, it is about normalising her emerging sexuality but acknowledging the age-appropriate boundaries where this is concerned; and that as her parents you have the right to decide what she does or does not engage in.
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