Lesson: Teach Your Kids to R.U.N. from Pornography
Our kids are being exposed to pornography at younger and younger ages. Thanks to increased screen time, and the hypersexualized culture that is all around us. What they are being exposed to is more violent and perverse than ever before.
With this lesson you will:
*Help your child understand what pornography is and why it is dangerous.
*Teach your child the R-U-N acronym to help them develop a plan for when they see pornography.
*Encourage honest and open communication between you and your child about the importance of seeking help when they have seen pornography.
*Give you and your child a chance to role play different situations where they may be exposed to pornography, and to give them practice in reacting in challenging situations.
Looking for a great resource that covers this and much more? Check out How to Talk to Your Kids About Pornography. Featuring simple lessons and helpful advice for parents who are ready to tackle this tough topic.
Ready to talk about the opposite of pornography: Healthy Sexual Intimacy? We’ve got you covered. Check out 30 Days of Sex Talks for ages 3-7, 8-11, and 12+.