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Protect your children from pornography by following the suggestions in this innovative and timely guide. Using research from experts and plainly describing pornography's effects, Mary Muller provides you with powerful tools to avoid, prevent, and recover from pornography addiction. Help your family members to carefully navigate the Internet and to wisely use cell phones and other media devices, making your home a haven for all.

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The Guardians of Innocence: A Parent's Guide to Protecting Children from Pornography

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Overview

Protect your children from pornography by following the suggestions in this innovative and timely guide. Using research from experts and plainly describing pornography's effects, Mary Muller provides you with powerful tools to avoid, prevent, and recover from pornography addiction. Help your family members to carefully navigate the Internet and to wisely use cell phones and other media devices, making your home a haven for all.

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  • ISBN-13: 9780882909790
  • Publisher: Cedar Fort, Incorporated/CFI Distribution
  • Publication date: 8/8/2011
  • Pages: 176
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 8.90 (h) x 0.60 (d)

Table of Contents

Acknowledgments xv

Introduction 1

Section I Pornography's Damage to the Still Developing Brain 9

1 The Psychological Dangers of Pornography 11

One of the Worst Problems Facing Parents Today 12

The More Graphic, the More Addictive It Becomes 12

Social Worker's Report 13

Porn Leads to Early Sex 15

Young Children Can Get Addicted 15

Sexual Aggression Increasing in Children under the Age of Ten 16

Pornography's Masturbatory Conditioning 17

Is Pornography a Drug Addiction? 18

The Story of Shelley Lubben, Former Porn Star 19

2 The Brain Science of Pornography 23

By What Age Is the Brain Fully Mature? 23

Repeated Exposure to Pornography and the Young Brain 24

"The Funnel"-in a Healthy Relationship Versus Pornography Viewing 26

Pornography's Arousal Compares to Excessive Amphetamine Use 28

Pornography Is Actually a Form of Prescription Drug Abuse 29

The Cases of Gary Bishop and Ted Bundy, Serial Killers 31

Pornography Addiction: A Hypofrontal Syndrome 32

The Computer Monitor Parallels the Roman Colosseum 33

William Shakespeare: Sonnet #129 34

3 Child Predators 37

The Worst and Most Damaging Form of Child Abuse 37

Testimony of a California Detective 39

Profile of a Pedophile 40

Pedophilia 41

When the Pedophile Is Someone They Know 41

Incest 43

Erin Runnion-A Warning from an Abducted Child's Mother 47

Stranger Danger 48

What to Do If You Suspect Your Child Has Been Sexually Molested 49

Cybertipline 49

Child Trafficking and Prostitution 50

Section II: The Limitless Boundaries of Cyberspace 53

4 The Internet 55

The More Bizarre the Visual Image The More Likely We Are to Remember It 55

A Public Health Emergency 56

I Wish I Could Scrub the Filth of the Memory from My Brain 59

A Growing Problem Among Females 60

Chat Rooms-the Playground of the Pedophile 62

"Mouse Trapped"-How to Exit a Porn Site 63

A Public Health Problem That Is Spiraling Out of Control 64

5 Social Networking 67

How Young Is Too Young for Social Networking? 67

Kids Set Up Secret Accounts Unbeknownst to Parents 69

Limit Socializing to Your Known Friends 71

Developmentally Negative Effects of Social Networking 72

6 A New Foreign Language to Parents 75

Text and Chat Abbreviation Dictionary 76

7 Webcams 81

The Dangers of Using Webcams 81

Hackers Can Activate a Webcam Without the User's Knowledge 82

Prowling Pedophiles Can Hack into Webcams 82

Safe Webcam Use 83

Webcams Are Only the Leading Edge 84

Section III The Risks of Mobile Devices 85

8 Cell Phones and Electronic Gadgets 87

There Is No Substitute for Parental Supervision 87

Cell Phone Safety 88

Text Messaging 89

Cyberbullying 90

It's Not About Trust, It's About Maturity and Safety 91

Accessing Your Child's Text Messages 92

A Letter for Protection of Children and Families 93

Mobile Gadgets 94

Cell Phone Technology Is Constantly Advancing 97

9 Sexting 99

Why Do Kid's Sext? 99

It's Illegal! 100

Communicate and Educate 100

"Porndemic Alert: Kids Trading Pics" 101

Section IV Increasing and Transforming Your Communication with Your Children 103

10 Gaming 105

"Kiddie Crack" 105

The Effects Of Violent Gaming Shows on Brain MRI's 106

Multiplayer Games 108

Choose Your Fantasy 108

Exposure to Mature Content 109

The Entertainment Software Rating Board (ESRB) 111

The Nature of the Killing Field Has Changed 111

11 Establishing Open Communication 113

Start Discussing Human Sexuality 114

Average Age of First Pornography Exposure 114

The Properly Prepared Child 115

The Key To Success-Communication 117

Inoculate Your Family against the Porn Plague 117

10 Signs That Your Child Is Breaking the Rules Online 120

How to React If You Find Your Child Is Viewing Pornography 123

12 Family Safety Tools 125

Safeguarding Your Home Computer Use 126

Parent-Child Internet Addiction Test 127

Family Internet Use Policy and Contract 133

13 Pornography-A Global Porndemic 137

Indonesia's "Pornography Tsunami" 137

Around the World 140

Conclusion 147

Appendix A radKids® 151

Appendix B Filtering Software & Family Safety Products 155

Appendix C Movie Guides 161

Index 163

About the Author 171

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