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Block Porn Interest: A Proactive Parenting Plan

Most parents want to block porn access for their kids. In the digital age, this is impossible. A more effective approach for keeping kids from pornography is addressing the heart of the matter: what might drive a young person to compulsive pornography viewing in the first place. When parents can help a child understand what creates a strong desire to see porn, that child has a much better chance of resisting it. I started teaching my son, Lucas, when he was quite young that having uncomfortable feelings is a normal part of life. (I addressed this in an earlier post, Get

Source: Protect Young Minds

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