As our kids grow up we teach them to not talk to strangers, to wear a helmet when riding a bike, to look both ways before crossing the street, but then… they become teenagers. As a parent to an adolescent, I know it becomes more difficult to know what our kids (and their friends) are up to when we’re not around. On today’s show, we’re finding out. From street drugs to text slang to viral dares, I talk with teens and parents, including Emily Bauer, a Texas teen who suffered a series of strokes after smoking synthetic marijuana. What have you found out your son or daughter was doing that surprised you? Where is the line between respecting your child’s privacy and knowing what he or she is really up to?