PARENTS have been urged to have open and honest discussions with their children about their social media use after a man live-streamed his suicide.
Distressing footage of Ronnie McNutt's suicide has gone viral and social media giants are now scrambling to remove the content.
Protecting the vulnerable
Every parent wants the best for their kids and one expert said it's important that the most vulnerable are protected.
Dr Lynne Green, who is the chief clinical officer at mental well-being tool Kooth said social media can be disruptive to mental health.
"Social media has taken the world by storm and there is a wealth of benefits it can provide as well as some destructive effects it can have on people’s mental health.
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