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Protecting Innocence: Parenting, Your Kids, and the Internet

Matt Fradd

Matt Fradd, a best-selling Catholic author, presents new data to show how the changes in the types and accessibility of pornography being promoted today make it far more dangerous and harmful than ever before. Matt draws from a wealth of experience to guide parents in taking decisive action to protect their children, and he empowers adults with specific wording to effectively address this sensitive topic with children of all ages before they encounter pornography or after they’ve been exposed to it.


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224 Pages
Book size: 5.25" x 8"
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Published year: 2017


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This talk is extremely relevant to the problems we see in our culture today. The science behind everything was very interesting. Pete – Greenwood Village, CO
I am so glad this information was put into a talk. It contains very good practical advice on how to protect your family and what to do if your family has already been exposed to pornography. Jenny - Wisconsin