- Sexting is more common than parents might realize, according to recent studies
- Study: More than 50% of college students say they sexted as teens
- Sexting is not linked to high risk behavior over time, according to another study
- "We need to get with the times and get ahead of the problem," says CyberWise.org co-founder
Kelly Wallace is CNN's digital correspondent and editor-at-large covering family, career and life. She is a mom of two girls. Read her other columns on digital life and follow her reports at CNN Parents and on Twitter.
(CNN)If you think "my teen would never sext," you might be mistaken.