Touchy Subjects - Lifetime Access
TALKING TO YOUR KIDS ABOUT SEX, TECH AND SOCIAL MEDIA IN A TOUCHSCREEN WORLD
A brand new book and 10 part video series from Craig Gross and David Dean
It's a touchscreen world. And it's full of touchy subjects. As parents, we must have a strategy to guide our kids safely into adulthood. Teaching them how to interact with sex, tech and social media. What's your approach or do you even have one? Sound appealing? Then we wrote this book for you.
28 PRACTICAL PRINCIPLES TO HELP YOU BEGIN CONVERSATIONS WITH YOUR KIDS ON THESE TOUCHY SUBJECTS.
MAYBE YOU WANT TO TALK TO YOUR KIDS BUT YOUR DON'T KNOW WHAT TO SAY. THIS BOOK WILL HELP YOU CREATE A PLAN.
WE'RE JUST A COUPLE OF DADS WHO LOVE OUR KIDS AND WE ARE NOT AFRAID TO TELL OUR KIDS THE TRUTH ABOUT THESE TOPICS.
THE SECOND HALF OF THE BOOK IS MADE UP OF QUESTIONS FROM PARENTS JUST LIKE YOU. WE GIVE YOU HONEST ANSWERS.
What You'll Learn
PRACTICAL PRINCIPLES TO HELP YOU BEGIN CONVERSATIONS WITH YOUR KIDS ON THESE TOUCHY SUBJECTS. TALKING ABOUT THIS STUFF IS NOT A ONE-TIME THING. WE WROTE THIS BOOK TO HELP YOU HAVE SOME GREAT ONGOING CONVERSATIONS WITH YOUR KIDS.
ERASE YOUR FEARS
REALIZE THESE CONVERSATIONS ARE IMPORTANT
LEARN WHAT TO SAY
About The Authors
Craig Gross and David Dean aren’t medical doctors or academics with “Ph.D.” written after our names. We’re just a couple of dads who love our kids and who want to make sure they get the truth about touchy subjects.
Craig lives in Los Angeles and is the founder of XXXchurch.com, X3watch Software and iParent.TV. David is a full-time clean comedian from Indiana. Craig's kids are 8 and 11 and both live in the house and David's have finally moved out of his house.
We live in a touchscreen world. The more technology develops, the more integrated it becomes into our culture, the more it tends to involve some sort of screen. And, increasingly, that screen itself is becoming the way we interact with our tech. So now the word touch is getting broader in its definition. We carry little computers in our pockets that we operate through touch. We use social media to share touching stories or reach out and touch base with someone virtually. And technology is opening all kinds of windows for a different kind of touch: sex. These are all, in their unique way, touchy subjects.
How can we as parents guide our kids through responsible interactions with these touchy subjects?
How can we teach them to use sex, technology, and social media in the best ways possible so that they can mature into responsible, emotionally healthy adults?
What’s your approach, or do you even have one?
Maybe your son or daughter is young and you don’t know when you should even broach these subjects.
Maybe you’re too nervous or embarrassed to bring up some of these touchy subjects in the first place.
Maybe you don’t even realize how important these topics are.
Maybe you want to talk to your kids but just don’t know what to say.
Sound appealing? Then we wrote this book for you.