In the age of social media, the ability to reach out to a group of teens has become much easier than it was even a decade ago.

But even though most teens are familiar with social media and are comfortable with it, it can still be difficult for them to get the attention they need.

There are a few things you can do to help teens get to know you better.

First, get them to talk to you.

Social media is great for sharing, but it’s also great for building trust.

The only way you can really build trust is by listening to what they have to say.

So make sure you are always telling them things that will help them to understand and get along better with you.

For instance, you can talk about your hobbies and interests or what you are interested in doing with your friends.

It’s important that they know that you’re interested in what they are talking about and that you care about them.

Secondly, if you can’t get them on Facebook, you should try using your personal network to get them.

Use the same sites that you use to connect with your peers to build up your personal social network.

For example, you could use LinkedIn, or Google+.

You could use Twitter, Instagram, or Facebook.

You can even use your friends to build a network that you can use to reach the teens.

Finally, remember to keep the conversation private.

It may be tempting to share their information with other people, but this will just cause your relationship to fall apart.

Talk to them about their friends and family members and tell them that sharing personal information is not acceptable.

Finally, keep the topic of pornography off of your radar.

This may be a good idea if your teen is a member of a church or a religious organization.

If they are not, you may be putting them in an uncomfortable position by showing them pornography that may be harmful.

It will also be a tough sell for your teens to watch porn because of the stigma that comes with being sexually active.

Talk to them at the appropriate time.

When they are in the middle of school, it is a good time to talk about their schoolwork.

If you are in your teens’ first year of high school, they may not have much time to read and digest the information.

When you are talking to them later, it’s a good chance to help them understand how to find and use information to keep their school and family safe.

Third, keep their curiosity to a minimum.

You may think it is easy to find information about a subject that will make them want to study it, but they may have to wait for their peers to do the same.

You might also have to give them time to understand that you have the information to share.

It might be tempting at first to give their curiosity a boost and say, “I’ll just go and check it out,” but don’t.

Instead, take the time to ask them about the subject in question.

For the first time, you will likely be able to tell them what you need to know.

You will also learn a lot more about their own feelings about the topic, which can help you to understand them better.