Touchy Subjects Video Series
Watch The Free IntroWhat It Is:
This series consists of 10 online-video sessions based off of the book of the same name by Craig Gross & David Dean. No longer does talking to your kids about sex have to be difficult. These dads take you through conversations on sex, masturbation, relationships, culture, social media and so much more in ten video sessions that help you begin and have ongoing discussions with your kids on these touchy subjects. As parents we need to have a strategy to guide our kids safely into adulthood. Teaching them how to interact with sex, tech and social media in an internet saturated culture.
Testimonials – What People are Saying:
““Great conversational guidance for parents’ ongoing communication with their kids! They reiterate again and again that there’s no one right age, no single perfect thing to say; there’s just open dialogue as a parent equips and educates their kids for the world. I agreed with most of the principles and there’s certainly a lot of wisdom between the authors. From puberty to sexting to sex, they cover a broad range of topics, and give examples of age appropriate answers.”—Jenn
“I must say I thoroughly enjoyed it. It’s simple, but intelligent. I feel more confident for when I have to face those conversations. One particular nugget on advice that I really liked was the fact that this has to be an ongoing conversation. It’s not a sit-down, one time, get it all out in the open event. I think that is quite wise advice. This is set up well, laying down the foundation of 28 principles first, & then discussing more in depth later on.” —Megan
“This is the real deal. An in depth look into how to appropriately talk to your kids about all those “Touchy Subjects”. Highly recommend to all parents. Even if your kids aren’t at the age to talk to about these subjects- get on it and start prepping yourself with great resources like this book.
Gross and Dean did a fantastic job of helping parents answer ALL questions- not just the basic ones. How do you help equip your kids? You equip yourself first. Thank you to both for doing an incredible job and making this available to parents.” —Kailey
Who It Is For:. It is for parents who wants to be proactive in educating their children about sex as well as the counterfeits (pornography & mainstream culture) and conduits (social media / technology) out there. It is for the parent who needs help and guidance in starting and maintaining this discussion.
This workshop was created not just for parents but step-parents, guardians, or anyone with custody of or who has a parental role in the life of a child or children. It is for parents who wants to be proactive in educating their children about sex as well as the counterfeits (pornography & mainstream culture) and conduits (social media / technology) out there. It is for the parent who needs help and guidance in starting and maintaining this discussion.
What You Get and What The Course Teaches You:
There are ten online-video sessions that range between 10-25 minutes in length and a downloadable companion book comes with the course. The instructors give insight as to when the “sex-talk” discussion should take place, how honest to be, how to answer their questions (even if you don’t know the answer). How in depth should the discussion(s) be and what to do if your child is embarrassed. In depth discussions on puberty, masturbation, pornography and relationships as well as information on culture, the internet, and sexting.
Subjects Discussed Are:
- Social media / culture
- Internet & sexting.
- Helping your kids to fight peer pressure.
- When it comes to sex- reasons to wait.
- Being honest with your kids even when you don’t have the answers.
- Should I avoid the “safe-sex” talk in a Christian home?
- An environment of grace that builds trust.
- Ongoing discussions with your kids and how to initiate those.
- How to ask questions.
- Having a sense of humor to combat the tension around these discussions.
- Having conversations with your kids of the opposite gender if you are a single parent.
- When to talk about semen and even orgasms.
- How to address what is appropriate and what isn’t.