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30 DAY PORN FREE CHALLENGE

30 DAYS OF ADVICE TO HELP YOU STAY PORN FREE

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I Just Caught My Kid Looking at Porn


Yes, this sucks, but please take our word for it: everything is going to be okay. The fact that you caught it now, while your kid is still a kid, is a game-changer. It’s huge.

You aren’t a terrible parent and this isn’t the end of the world. We’re just glad you sought out some advice and are especially glad you came here.

Basic Advice

Now we don’t want to overwhelm you;

but here are some places to start, some ideas on how you can help your child through this:

Check out Touchy Subjects. This is a book we wrote to help parents talk about this very thing. It’s direct, it’s honest, it’s a little bit funny, and it covers talking with your kids not just about porn but also sex, technology, social media, and all the other “touchy subjects” they encounter.

Here’s an in-depth video we did on how to talk to your kids about these things. Most of this video content is drawn from the Touchy Subjects book.

Here’s our main site where you’ll find all sorts of things to read and see. Don’t try to take it all in at once, but it’s definitely a place to bookmark and come back to when you need more encouragement.

We also recently launched iParent.tv where you can catch up to speed on apps and websites your kids might want to use/visit… and all the potential pitfalls those apps/websites might involve. We want it to be a resource so parents can make informed decisions about where their kids go online.

We also created a free software (now in use by over 1 million people) called X3watch that alerts you when someone looks at porn on your computer. Though it’s meant more for peer-to-peer accountability, it’s still a pretty good way for parents to know what’s going on with their kids and whether they’ve gone somewhere on a computer they shouldn’t go.

Recommended Resources

Need more encouragement? Have more questions?

Check out this free PDF with a complete list of recommended resources meant to help you and your children.

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