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The Porn Talk Deep Dive

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Wait. You want me to talk about WHAT?

About 1/3 of children see porn before they’re 12. But as their parents, it’s one of the very last things we’d ever want to mention.

Porn is readily available on platforms which are often completely uncensored. It’s time to upskill so that we can talk to our children about it. 

In this illuminating and inspiring course, sexual health nurse, author and speaker Cath Hakanson guides you through the quagmire. You’ll be equipped to power past your fear and get comfortable about talking to your child. Cath calls it ‘porn-proofing’. Plan your conversations and give your child a solid education so that they make better decisions, now and in the future.

    This course is packed with insight and comes with a host of extra resources, including:

    • Further reading lists
    • Conversation starters, arranged by age group
    • A teen quiz
    • 12-point checklist (what kids should know about porn)
    • An ebook about conversational tactics
    • Posters – 3 steps to take after being exposed to porn.

    By the end, you’ll be so thoroughly prepared – and more than a bit relieved – that your child will know they can talk to you about ANYTHING!

    This a digital product. Nothing physical will ship.

    Suitable for parents of kids aged 3-18 years.

    You will learn:

    1. Why you need to talk about porn - The sort of porn your child may be exposed to, when, where, how, and why it’s important to have these conversations.
    2. How to get past your fears – What could stop you from having these important conversations about porn  (your fears and doubts) and how to get past these roadblocks.
    3. How to get more comfortable talking about porn and sex – Explore your own relationship with porn & sex so that even if the topic makes you uncomfortable, you can still talk with your child without feeling too embarrassed, awkward or nervous. 
    4. How to porn proof your child for the future – Discover 8 effective strategies to prepare, equip and empower your child to make smart decisions when faced with porn.
    5. How to talk to your child about porn – Start talking to your child about porn in ways that feel natural, not awkward. Includes age-appropriate guidance for ages 3-5, 6-8, 9-11, 12-14 and 15+.
    6. What to do when your child has already seen porn – Get into the right headspace so you can talk to your child about what they’ve seen and support them how to manage these situations in the future. We talk about different approaches before puberty (when sex is seen as a weird adult thing) and after puberty (when sex is seeming a lot more appealing).
    7. How to keep porn an ongoing conversation – 12 different strategies for starting conversations so whether you’ve got a curious questioner, or a subject-avoider, you’ll have a number of options.
    8. How to explain sex to your child – Haven’t had the sex talk with your child yet? This section has got you covered, with guidance for ages 3-5, 6-8, 9-11, 12-14, 15+.
    9. Plan a talk that feels natural (not awkward) – 7 steps to plan a conversation in advance, whether that’s your first ever conversation about porn or sex, or when there’s something in particular you want to discuss.

    ✔️ Detailed training that is broken down into 9 modules with bite-sized videos where I'll show you how to confidently, safely and regularly talk about porn with your child or teen. Closed captions included.

    ✔️ Listen on your go-to podcast player

    ✔️ Printable workbook with 14 activities to help you apply what you're learning. Plus a checklist for keeping track of your progress.

    ✔️ Further resources of books, videos and websites for yourself as well as your child or teen.

    ✔️ Conversation starters, arranged by age group.

    ✔️ List of terms and definitions around porn. (Conversations are easier if you know all the lingo.)

    ✔️ Downloadable posters – 3 steps to take after being exposed to porn.

    ✔️ 12-point porn literacy checklist (what kids should know about porn).

    ✔️ Short quiz to evaluate if porn is a problem for your teen (or even for yourself).

    ✔️ BONUS: Ongoing support in my parent community (my free customer-only Facebook group).

    This is a digital course. Nothing physical will ship.

    This program is hosted on our course platform, ThriveCart. Once you checkout, you will receive an email with a link to click and register at. Once you have done that, you can log in here.

    This is a digital course. Nothing physical will ship.

    How is this different to other porn courses out there?

    This course is very different to all the other courses out there. I believe that a 1 or 2 hour webinar or workshop is not enough to give parents the confidence to start talking to kids about porn. So this course is a deep dive into talking about porn (something you just can’t do in an hour). Where I’ll hold your hand and help you to get started with this difficult conversation.

    I’ve never mentioned porn (or sex) to my child before, will this help me get started?

    This course will get you started whether you’ve talked to your child about porn (or not). Inside the course, we’ll look at the different ways to start the conversation. And if you’ve yet to talk about sex, then you’ll find a  training module on this inside the course. Plus there’s a lesson on how to talk to kids about porn without mentioning sex.

    How young is too young to be talking about porn?

    If your child has access to your phone or a handheld tablet, then it’s a conversation you need to have. But relax, inside the course I’ll be talking about how to have age-appropriate conversations with kids of all ages. Where we talk about how to stay safe without mentioning sex or porn. And the content inside is broken down into different age groups i.e. 3 to 5 years, 6 to 8 years, 9 to 11 years, 12 to 14 years and 15+.

    There’s no chance my child will be exposed to porn – do I still need this?

    Soft porn shows up in mainstream media so it’s a matter of when your child sees porn, not if! And the sooner you start the conversations, the easier they’ll get, and the safer your child will be.

    I’ve already tried, but I found the conversation too uncomfortable and embarrassing… 

    Pardon my pun, but porn is a hard topic to talk about. This is why a whole section of the course is dedicated to helping you to feel more comfortable about porn and sex. If you need some extra help, you will find a discounted link for a SOS Voxer Call inside the course. Booking this may be the best option for you, as we’ll be able to unpick what’s making it so hard to have this conversation, plus the ongoing email support will help you keep the momentum going.

    I’m comfortable talking about porn but my child has shut down previous attempts at conversation.

    That can happen! And inside the course we’ll be talking about the different ways around this.

    What if my child has already seen porn?

    There is a whole section in the course that has been written specifically for parents in this situation. I’ll help you work out how best to respond in a way that will support your child  so that porn doesn’t become an ongoing problem.

    What if I haven’t even talked to my child about sex?

    We’ll cover that in the course. Plus if your child is younger,  I’ll show you how to talk about porn in a sex-free way.

    I’m worried my child/teen has a problem with porn – will this course help me with that?

    You are not alone with this. Lots of parents worry that their child has a problem with porn. So in the course, we’ll look at how to work out whether porn is a problem (or not). And if it looks like it is, then I’ll help you find the next step on what to do so that your child feels in control and able to make smart decisions.

    What does a successful conversation about porn look like?

    The opposite of mumbled, hurried and confusing.

    This course will help you have porn-related conversations where:

    • You know why you’re talking – you have a clear intention in mind, you’re not just lecturing, scolding or talking out of a feeling of obligation
    • You’re able to move past your fears and leave those out of the conversation
    • You feel comfortable throughout the conversation able to respond to your child’s input or questions without trying to hurriedly shut the topic down.

    When you’re able to communicate effectively around this topic, you’ll make your child feel more comfortable, which makes them more likely to come back to you when they need to, about this, and other sensitive personal matters in their life.

    Can my spouse and I both attend for that price?

    Yes, of course you can both attend! Just message me after purchase, and I will give them their own access.

     I have one more question...

    Click on the bright pink 'Message Me' button (in the bottom right hand corner of your screen) and ask me!

    30-day no hassle money back guarantee

    The success of my business depends on the happiness of my customers.

    If you don’t feel like you’ve got enough value for the price you paid, I’ll give you your money back. No questions asked.

    You have 30-days from the date of your purchase to request your refund.

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    Sexual values!

    In our days, kids are exposed to different sources where they can learn about sex. This has been a real concern for me as a mom. I want to instill in my kids my family's values when it comes to sex! As a parent, we need to be clear about what are our culture's in general and family's in particular sexual values and beliefs. Thanks Cath, this has been amazing!

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