In a world full of pornography, this workbook helps parents build resistance within their child.

Raising children in the digital age comes with incredible benefits, from limitless information to endless entertainment. But there is a dark side to the infinite content available online, and one of the most pernicious dangers is the easy availability of pornography. Whether you have a preschooler playing on a tablet or a teen scrolling through their phone, it’s never too late to prepare your children for the day they will inevitably be confronted with pornographic content.

Help for Parents

If this has happened to you (or when it does), you are not a failure and you are not alone! You are simply a parent in the digital age.  And it is time to learn how to prepare yourself and your child to be able to manage this challenging time. 

Parents are finding themselves frustrated or overwhelmed as they try to protect their children from pornography. While filters, rules, and monitoring are important, they eventually fail, leaving children vulnerable to the harmful effects of pornography.

Building pornography resistance in your child is a process that takes time and effort, but it is something parents can control. And you or your child don’t have to be perfect! You both just have to keep trying.

about the author

Jill Farnsworth Geigle is a passionate advocate for and defender of children and families. After receiving her M.Ed. from Columbia International University, she began developing curriculums to help parents and educators build pornography resistance in children. She travels locally, nationally, and internationally speaking with parents about online child sexual exploitation and pornography resistance.

Jill is the Director of Parent and Child Advocacy at the National Center on Sexual Exploitation, working to end online child sexual exploitation. Her favorite time is spent with her husband and children anywhere in the world, but especially at their cabin in the mountains.


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