Here’s the thing; I am what you would call technologically challenged. I don’t always buy the latest iPhones, I have no idea how most of these messaging apps work, and I am most certain not up to date with new app inventions and such. I am, however, an insanely worried dad of a 12 year old that is going through particularly tough times. For that reason, I decided to look into a SMS spy software.
Background of My Son’s Problems
Last year, we had to switch our son’s school because the bullying simply got too much to handle. We thought things would get better in a new environment, but we were quite wrong. The new school was no better than the first. My son faced similar bullying from other students who commented on his braces or the acne on his skin. During this time, I could see before my eyes as the happiness faded away from his face. He became reclusive, he stopped going out. He even stopped playing video games. That’s when I knew I had to initiate a few changes myself. And then I found Xnspy.
What is Xnspy for SMS?
Xnspy is a mobile monitoring app that has been created specifically for a parent like me. One who is worried about their child and needs to find a long term way to look after them. I installed the app on his phone while he was away. The app works silently in the background of the device, so my son had no way of finding out of its presence. After that, I was able to view all the SMS that were received and sent through his device.
I must admit, this wasn’t very easy for me, either. Having to read all the hurtful comments that were being delivered directly to my son was difficult, but also eye opening. I decided I needed to take bigger actions. I took all the evidence I had collected from my SMS spy app and went straight to the school principal. I informed them of the real life bullying as well as cyberbullying that was taking place in school.
Another thing that Xnspy let me do was create alerts. The principal had conducted a meeting with the parents of the bullies and the hurtful messages had stopped. But for future reference, I decided to create alerts for trigger words and contacts. I marked the numbers of all the bullies so the next time they tried to contact my son, I would be able to put an end to it.
Thankfully, my son has made good friends in his new school that stand up for him when the teasing begins. At the same time, I’ve been taking him to counseling where he has learnt to cope with the bullying and to stand up for himself, too. As for me, I am doing everything I can from my end. As long as I’ve got my SMS spy software, I think I can be more vigilant.