Talking to Your Kids About Pornography

It is not a matter of if your child will see pornography, it is a matter of when. We know that viewing pornography can have long-term impacts on children. In this workshop we will discuss why kids go to porn, what websites they are most likely to access, what happens in the brain when they view pornography, potential for addiction, etc. A hands on activity that you can share with your child/teen will be provided as well as educational videos you can share with them at home.
This workshop is for any parent twith a child who is accessing on-line apps, games, you-tube, snap-chat, etc.

$25 payment accepted via PAY PAL, etransfer to powerupworkshops@gmail.com, cash, cheque or VISA (Square payment)

Only 20 spots available.

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Why Start Early?

There are many important reasons to begin teaching your children about sexual health early. It is the foundation for the development of positive attitudes about sexuality. Children are naturally curious and your willingness to discuss age-appropriate material builds trust and open communication. The building blocks of healthy adult sexuality begins in childhood with trusted adults.

Children gain control of their world by naming it. With each new word, the child grows in understanding and power. Learning the correct names and functions of private body parts enables a child to talk and ask questions about them. Accurate, age-appropriate information is vital to helping a child prepare for adolescence and adulthood.

Your open and honest discussions are a way for you to connect with your children and teach them family values, rather than school-yard ones. Starting early has also been proven to increase abuse resistance, reduce anxiety and make children more likely to report abuse, injuries and see a doctor in the future.