As a part of the Sexual Health Series, today we are chatting with the amazing Kristen Jenson, author of the best-selling Good Pictures Bad Pictures series. She shares with us; how important it is to talk with our children about pornography.
Kristen loves helping and empowering parents. She encourages them and equips them with what to do WHEN (not if) their child sees pornography. These books give children a simple and age appropriate definition of what a bad picture is, and what to do when they see it.
At what age, is it appropriate to talk to your child about pornography?? Well… “At what age does your child have access to the internet”? WOAH! A big eye opener.
Even with the best technology and ALL of the filters we put in place. There will come a time, when your child is staring at a screen full of adult content. Will they know what to do when they see it? Will they come home and tell you about it?
Kristen teaches us the importance of having these difficult conversations early on. It actually strengthens the parent-child bond when you face these challenges together and even more, helps our children have healthy sex lives when they are married.
If you have additional questions about your child and pornography visit ProtectYoungMinds.org or you can grab yourself a copy of these books over on Amazon! You can also find resources on Facebook, Instagram @protectyoungminds, or Twitter @ProtectYM
Be sure to subscribe to this podcast, so you don’t miss an episode and starting in July, every Friday, we’ll be talking to couples as part of our Conversations with Interracial Couples Series.
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My guest today is the founder and CEO of inkWELL Press Productivity Co. a multi-million dollar company providing tools that work as a catalyst in helping women do less while achieving maximum success. She is also the New York Times Bestselling author of The Joy Of Missing Out, which we will be discussing in this interview.
My favorite line in this book, which is the tagline is: live more by doing less. This episode is timely and full of great nuggets of wisdom as we navigate the uncertainty swirling around us and do our best to keep first things first. Tonya shares why we must let go of balance, how to find your yes and the best way to prioritize. Productivity is not about doing more!
Here’s how you can get in touch with Tonya:
The Joy of Missing Out book: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07R4T8YVQ/ref=dp-kindle-redirect?_encoding=UTF8&btkr=1
Tonya Dalton Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/tonya.i.dalton/
Tonya Dalton Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/tonya.i.dalton/
You can register for my “How to Strengthen Your Connection During Quarantine” this Thursday at 2:00 pm MST here: https://onthebrightersideofmarriage.com/masterclass
My guest, Melissa Corkum is a Parent Educator and Coach. Today, we’re talking about understanding our kids’ behaviors and knowing how to manage it. She shares research and real life examples that hit home and gives real strategies and solutions to our common parenting challenges.
To get your FREE Covid-19 Parenting Success Plan, go here: https://www.thecorkboardonline.com/brighterside
You can find more of Melissa and her tools and strategies here:
Website – https://www.thecorkboardonline.com
Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/corkboardonline/
FB Page – https://www.facebook.com/corkboardonline
To join our 14 Day Complete Intimacy Challenge, please register here: https://onthebrightersideofmarriage.com/14daychallenge
And, to get access to all the FREE resources I’ve been loading into my Facebook Group, please visit us here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/otbsofmarriage/.
In today’s episode with fellow podcasters, best-selling authors, relationship and business coaches and co-founders of Thrive, Inc, CrisMarie Campbell and Susan Clarke, we discuss the beauty of conflict. We talk about how to navigate and make the best of all the conflict that will inevitably arise while our families are all together during quarantine.
This timely and relevant episode covers the beauty of conflict and how we can use it to grow, not only personally, but in our relationships as well. I hope you will listen to the end, where we really get talking about how to make the best of all the chaos and stress we are all experiencing right now. I recommend you listen with pen in hand.
You can find CrisMarie and Susan online at: https://www.thriveinc.com/ or on their podcast called: The Beauty of Conflict. Look for their books: The Beauty of Conflict: Harnessing Your Team’s Competitive Advantage and The Beauty of Conflict for Couples.
Claim your free gift, The Secret to Setting Boundaries that Stick Workbook, by calling: 406-350-7691, entering your name and email and responding with Spark.
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Today, I’m chatting with marriage and family counselor, Katie Rossler all the way from Germany. We discuss the importance of connecting, listening, compromise and teamwork as we navigate the challenges of quarantining together.
We discuss ways to resolve differences, kid-proof your marriage and listen to each other so we can work as a team to come out of quarantine stronger than ever.
You can find out more about Katie and the wonderful things she teaches on her website: https://positive-connections.com/
Her courses here: https://positiveconnections.vipmembervault.com/products.
Or on Facebook or Instagram: @katie.positive.connections