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25 January, 2013

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Cindy-Bruce

Location: Doubletree Conference Center
1117 Williston Road, South Burlington, VT
Date: Friday, February 1, 2013
Time: 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm
Cost: $39 per person, $69 per couple

 

 

Why are over 70 parents already registered to attend Cindy Pierce’s presentation?

Because they care about the subject and they need information they can rely on. They want solid, accurate information that will help them guide their children towards developing healthy attitudes about sex, intimacy and relationships in general. They want to know how easy it is for their kids to access porn and what they can do to prevent it. And they want to feel closer to their spouse.

They also know they can’t do it alone and that asking a friend is like asking your plumber to look over your tax return. When you want information you can trust, you go to the expert.

Here is just a sample of what Cindy will cover in her presentation (buckle up – many of you may cringe when you learn what’s really going on).

  • The average age a boy looks at porn in the US is 6 1/2. Learn how they are getting access.
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  • The average parent waits until their children are in the 5th grade (10 years of age) to talk to their kids about sex. Find out what happens when you wait too long to start the conversation.
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  • Many pediatricians encourage parents to talk to their kids when they are young and to continue the conversation throughout the child’s life revisiting the issue every few months to make sure the kids are not misinformed. You’ll learn how to keep this topic on the agenda for easy access and ongoing chats.
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  • Many of your children have friends (I’m talking 1st grades here) who cruse the internet. They share information on the bus, the playground and anywhere else that’s semi private. Find out what they are sharing and some of the reasons they are sharing it – it’s not because they are bad kids or come from homes where mom and dad aren’t doing their jobs.
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  • Avoiding the subject of sex with your kids opens the door for the culture to do the teaching. Are you sure you want someone else talking to your kids about sex, intimacy, healthy relationships, communication and trust? I didn’t think so.
  • Did you know the porn industry has tapped into the gaming world. Rape has become part of several popular games, which are more accessible than you think. Scary but true.

We can keep our head in the sand, pretend our kids won’t be touched by the porn industry and will get all their information about sex, intimacy and relationships from their parents, but the truth is, that thinking puts all of our kids at risk.

Join me and other parents for an informative, educational and entertaining evening with Cindy Pierce.

Location: Doubletree Conference Center
1117 Williston Road, South Burlington, VT
Date: Friday, February 1, 2013
Time: 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm
Cost: $39 per person, $69 per couple

Register Here.

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