Let’s face it -- parenting is messy. Now add technology, temptation and free will into the mix and it is like a freight train coming at your family. As parents, we have to push back against the invasion of technology, including the accessibility of porn.
"DOCK 2" host Tracy Levinson has personal experience as a parent dealing with this issue. She shared that pushing back is often counter intuitive in parenting. Pushing back often looks like becoming a “safe place” for kids to experience a listening ear, kindness, and of course discipline motivated by love. But never condemnation.
She shared that kids need a person they trust to allow them to bring “dark things into light.” It is possible to be that “safe place” in the life of your child, but this requires Godly peace and some patience.
The University of New Hampshire did a study where they found that 42 percent of internet users aged 10 to 17 surveyed said they had seen online pornography in a recent 12-month span.
Stay tuned in the next few weeks as we unfold this poignant and helpful discussion between Tracy and her friend, Pastor Jon Brooks.
To see more from Tracy, visit her channel on TheBlaze.