Kids CAN Learn to Reject Pornography

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Prepare & Prevent

Prepare Your Kids to Protect Themselves from Porn
Until our society makes the internet safe for kids, parents must be proactive in teaching what pornography is, why it’s dangerous and exactly how to reject it. The good news is that you CAN DO it!

Help & Heal

Help Your Child Heal from Porn Exposure or Addiction

It can be scary to find out your kids have viewed pornography. How should I respond? Can I help them stop? Parents can help their kids heal From pornography use. We have a SMART Plan to show you how.

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Educate Your Community about the Effects of Porn

Are you excited to share the message that kids can learn to reject pornography? You provide the enthusiasm, and we’ll provide the tools to help you Educate Your Family and Friends about the Effects of Porn.
Kristen A. Jenson, Author of Good Pictures, Bad Pictures

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Led by Kristen A. Jenson, author of the best-selling Good Pictures Bad Pictures series of children’s books, Protect Young Minds™ (PYM) seeks to help parents “porn-proof” their kids before the come across highly addictive and easily accessible internet pornography.

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Why should you talk with your children about pornography? Because otherwise, someone else will! The Good Pictures Bad Pictures series of read-aloud books can make a difficult conversation easy!

Good Pictures Bad Pictures: Porn-Proofing Today's Young Kids

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Good Pictures Bad Pictures

Porn-Proofing Today’s Young Kids (Second Edition)
Good Pictures Bad Pictures: Porn-Proofing Today's Young Kids

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Good Pictures Bad Pictures Jr

A Simple Plan to Protect Young Minds

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