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I found porn in my teen's browsing history—do I talk to my child about it? If so, what should I say? My mom impulse would be to wash out my eyes with soap and scream into a pillow. I really, really wouldn't want to sit down and have a conversation, but I would know what must be done. Most psychologists with experience in this area recommend not doing what I say I would have done above—screaming, aka "over-reacting" in front of your child.
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Yes, you read that right, even though it may feel strange and scary? Discussing pornography with your child is something that you probably wish could just happen without having to live through it, like having your taxes magically filed each year without actually having to collect receipts and complete forms. You may even not know where to begin when you consider how to talk to your kid about porn. While doing research, he discovered that those whose parents talked to them about pornography were less likely to view it, without discovering research about the specifics of that conversation. Nonetheless, their parents said something. You would talk about and answer the questions of a 6-year-old very differently than the questions of a year-old, and the same is true for pornography.
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I Found Porn in my Teen’s Browsing History, What Do I Do?
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