Sexual Behavior in Children: What’s Normal? What’s Harmful?

This post was originally published on April 27, 2017 and updated on April 4, 2019. Playing “doctor” is a common sign of normal curiosity in children. Little girls and little boys want to see each other’s private parts. That’s pretty harmless when you’re dealing with 5-year-olds. But what happens when a 10-year-old boy cajoles a 7-year-old girl into a bathroom and wants to put their private parts together?… Read More Read more

Social Media App Ratings: Can Parents Trust Them?

If your 13 year old wants to download Snapchat or Instagram, how do you know if these apps are age-appropriate? In the App Store, both Snapchat and Instagram are rated “12+.” But who’s doing the rating? (Good question!) Do Snapchat and Instagram allow harmful content? (Umm …YES!) And can parents filter the content? (Nope!)

Where’s the accountability?

Turns out that the app developers are responsible for rating their own apps!… Read More Read more

7 Ways Predators and Porn will Target Kids in 2019 – Be Prepared Not Scared!

Do you know where the latest digital dangers are lurking? Make no mistake about it: the porn industry and predators want your kids. National security depends upon good intelligence – knowing who the enemies are and where they will strike. Your family security needs it too! It’s time to be prepared, not scared. Armed with current intel on the current ways pornography and predators target children, you’ll be ready to protect your kids in 2019.… Read More Read more

Good Pictures Bad Pictures, 2nd Edition: Discover the 5 New Ways It Makes Kids Even Stronger

Want in on a secret? For the past year, I’ve been working on a second edition of Good Pictures Bad Pictures: Porn-Proofing Today’s Young Kids! With over 500 positive reviews on Amazon and a 4.9 rating, you might be wondering what we needed to change! (But first, here’s another secret-not-a-secret: This first week the new second edition will be deeply discounted on Amazon! So after you see all of the great new features, please click here to get your new copy on sale!… Read More Read more

Should Kids Describe the Porn They’ve Seen? Experts Advise Mom

This may happen to you, so here’s some great advice to prepare you to talk with a child who tells you about exposure to porn. Many parents wonder if it helps or harms kids to share details about what they’ve seen. Recently a concerned mom, who wants to help her 10-year-old son heal from his exposure to pornography, reached out to us for answers.… Read More Read more

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