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Posted: May 3, 2016

This ain't Mayberry

Parent's are always trying to protect their kids. This is why we often can hear them saying things such as, "Don't eat the dog's food", "Please stop pulling things out of the cat's litter box", "If you eat too much candy you will vomit", "Please stop putting peanut butter on your sister", "Take the toilet seat off of your head" and most importantly, "Wear clean underwear, because you never know when you might get into a car accident".
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Posted: Apr 29, 2016

My Biggest Lie

God has made great progress in this battle for my mind. Pornography does not rule every moment of my day anymore, although it frequently comes to mind. Stress, disappointment and disagreements with my wife bring me down to the point my instincts crave a quick shot of adrenalin. Through this battle, I hear a common lie which is the toughest to shake. That lie prevents me from claiming further victory. Maybe you can relate.
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Posted: Jan 8, 2016

Hypocrites Make Good Mentors for Kids

Most parents I talk to whole heartedly agree that their kids need help navigating the sexually explicit 21st Century. But most that I observe end up leaving their children to fend for themselves. The may punish them if they are caught looking at pornography or sexting, but that does little good in the long run.
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Posted: Dec 8, 2015

Should I Tell My Child About Pornography?

Part 2

It's inevitable: the media (and often friends) will arouse your kids' curious about sexualized images. But if these outside influences introduce your child to the XXX world, you may never find out until it's too late. Instead of prevention, now you're talking about recovery. (Believe me, I've heard countless stories to back this up.)
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Posted: Dec 1, 2015

Should I Tell My Child About Pornography?

Part 1

I get this question all the time: "Won't I make my child more curious about pornography if I start talking about it too early?"

Let's think about that.
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