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  • British parents are divided over 'sharenting'
  • British parents are divided over 'sharenting'
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British parents are divided over 'sharenting'

For many new mums and dads, sharing snaps of their adorable offspring is one of the highlights of parenthood. But research shows a strong divide between parents who see no issue with 'sharenting', and those who are opposed to it. It's exposing the challenges of parenting in a post-internet era.

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