We know that effective communication between parent and child can promote better life satisfaction among young people. By having regular little chats, we invest in our children’s digital resilience and hopefully shape their thinking too! Here is a list of questions you can dip into from time to time to kickstart these important conversations.
Dr Weston takes you through some of the most important evidence-based facts parents need to know about young people’s use of pornography.
In this podcast, Dr Weston talks to Professor Clarissa Smith about concerns parents have about their teens accessing pornography and they discuss ways to promote healthy sexual development in our young people.
These days, although we might find it tricky, we have to think about our children becoming ‘porn-resilient’. This necessitates a look at what is going on out there! We know that children are encountering porn at a young age due to access to digital technology, but do they have the skill set to navigate material they might come across accidentally, or otherwise?
This rather detailed document summarises some of the most important research evidence about young people’s use of pornography. In addition to making sure you are aware of what teens might be accessing, it also helps parents think about how to approach conversations that might be tricky!