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Most parents have been caught off guard by pornography and the ways technology introduces it to young minds.
You may have tried everything you knew to protect them, only to find out it wasn’t enough.
Let’s move forward together and take the first steps towards healing.
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After you find out your child has been exposed to porn or has been seeking it out, you’re going to feel lots of feelings! No matter the circumstance, you have time. Ideally, give yourself at least 24-48 hours to calm down and figure out your next step.
You may be feeling fear, anger, guilt and even shame. What you need is time and some help sorting out your feelings. My Kid Saw Porn--Now What?: A SMART Plan for Parents has two simple but effective tips to help you calm down and move forward with confidence.
In order to begin helping and healing, it’s important to get good information. You’ll need to find out:
We’ve got trusted and tested tips for having these conversations in our A SMART Plan for Parents.
Discipline is good. Punishment can backfire. You want to teach and empower your child to make good decisions. You don’t want them to feel unloved, unworthy or hopeless.
Our guide, My Kid Saw Porn--Now What? A SMART Plan for Parents, has great advice about discipline and what sets it apart from punishment.
Many parents wonder if their child needs professional help after they’ve been exposed to pornography. A lot depends on the type of pornography they’ve seen and if they’ve begun to use it compulsively.
Our guide addresses all of these questions from a therapist's and a parent’s perspective.
Depending on the age of your child, filters and parental controls can help. Our SMART Plan Guide includes a great overview of each.
However, the only filter that can go with your kid everywhere is an internal filter. If your child has seen or started seeking out pornography, it’s not too late. They will need to be:
COMING SOON: We're putting together a list of trusted products for filtering, monitoring, and more. Stay tuned.
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