Digital Parents, let's raise porn-resilient children!

 

 

Seriously, I know that you are probably cringing as you read the title of this blogpost, but cringing isn't going to help our digital families.

As parents we have to dive into some of those uncomfortable topics in order to guide our children on the digital highway.  Now, more than ever, we need to have those conversations about pornography and inappropriate images, so that our children know and understand our values and expectations.

As we are grappling with the pandemic AND lockdown AND more time spent online, we can be sure of one thing - our children have more opportunities to view porn. Now don't get me wrong, most children are not searching for porn online, but they may stumble upon it by accident.

So what's a parent to do?

Enroll in this free online parent's course from Culture Reframed, whose mission is helping young people thrive despite a hypersexualized culture.

Culture Reframed has created a best-practice toolkit, which will help you raise porn-resilient kids by teaching you: 

  • The harmful effects of hypersexualized media and hardcore porn, which is mainstream, free, and easily accessible,
  • How to teach healthy sexuality and strengthen resilience to hypersexualized media and porn,
  • How unrestricted use of pornography affects the brain and can lead to habituation and addiction, and
  • How to support and guide your child each step of the way.

I added my emphasis on the last point because parental support regarding pornography is crucial and this free course compliments what you have been learning with me all through your digital parenting journey - support and guide your children through good and bad.

Let me know you how like the free courses. 

(Obviously, no affiliation or commission, because it's free. But once again, I get to feel warm all over for sharing some truly awesome stuff!)

PS. Here's a preview so you can see what's in store for you: "Responding to your child accessing porn."

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