Protecting Young Minds from Pornography - Nov. 9th - Evening

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Protecting Young Minds from Pornography - Nov. 9th - Evening

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7 - 8:30am |  Facilitated by Pam Caine, CPC

Because pornography has become so accessible to children and teenagers through internet enabled mobile devices, the days of being able to prevent exposure to it are long gone.  Instead we must cognitively inoculate or porn-proof our kids by teaching them early what pornography is, why it’s dangerous, and exactly how they can reject it.  Kids need to be taught how to protect their brains by installing their own internal filter and parents need to learn how to discuss these issues with their kids.  You will also receive information about the many resources available to help protect our homes from the effects of pornography.

Learn how to teach your children and teenagers:

What Pornography is • How it can impact their growing brain • The science behind it's addicting nature • The necessary cognitive skills to reject pornography's enticing messages

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