Facebook – Protect Young Eyes

What parents need to know – although we do not endorse the suggested age for beginners, nor feel it is necessarily a good social media training platform, this site does provide good warnings and reminders for parents. Be aware that there is no such thing as privacy on the web! And there is the ever…

My 8 Year Old

Alana Schipper, a member of NRC Lethbridge, shared a blog post with us which highlights how important it is to establish family values and open communication with your children. Our children are being exposed to the filth of this world at an early age and the best course of action is to equip and empower…

Fight the New Drug

This article from Fight the New Drug is an attempt to raise awareness of the harmful effects of pornography using scientific evidence to spread the message. “We are the first generation in the history of the world to face the issue of pornography to this intensity and scale.  We’re also the first generation with a…

Thoughts on Social Media Seminar

Wednesday’s seminar on social media highlighted a few points that are important for every parent to be aware of.  I came away with a sense of concern for teens in two areas:  the social life, and the pornography.  Regarding the latter, it was shocking to realize how young some children are when first exposed to…

Get informed about Social Media

As parents, it is our duty to remain informed about social media and how to best support our children. Attend this seminar to learn about the risks of popular apps and websites. How can we help support our children to avoid pornography, sexting, and cyberbullying?

Be aware the focus will be from a secular approach.

Counselor Shares 5 Strategies to Keep Kids from Porn Addiction

A strong parent/child relationship is the most important foundation to building your child’s resilience to pornography. Dan Garner, a Licensed Mental Health Counselor, recommends five ways parents can prepare their children to steer clear of pornography while growing up in our porn-saturated society. ‘Many parents feel anxious when they make the decision to talk to…