oversharenting

oversharenting

Parents who share too much information about their toddlers on social media sites by posting pictures and describing their daily behavior.
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Oversharenting is a common trend in which social media is overused by parents to share content based on their children.
On being judged for 'oversharenting,' Cat replied that people tend to overreact because she and her children are getting a lot of perks.
In the US parents who use sites like Facebook to share images of their babies and document everything from bath times to nappy changes are described as "oversharenting".
The Americans have a word for it - 'oversharenting'.
How far can they go with their family lives without 'oversharenting,' or going overboard on social media?
Quite often, we see posts on social media, such as: "My daughter is my heart and soul, share if you love your daughter" ('Focus: 'Oversharenting', Gulf News, November 27).
But, I strongly believe that the people who are guilty of 'oversharenting' are just making fools out of themselves, when they cross the line.
It's a process that's causing some concern, and was discussed in the page A7 Speak Your Mind report, "Focus: 'Oversharenting'", published in The Views section, November 27.
Things have gotten out of hand for some that a new term has actually been invented to describe going beyond the acceptable borders: "oversharenting."