Dear Porn: An Interview for Parents

My new Media Savvy Moms interview provides a powerful call to parents to protect their children from pornography. Packed with practical guidance, this interview is one you won’t want to miss, especially if you are a father. Based on the chapter in Life After Lust called Dear Porn: A Father’s Letter, our conversation covers strategies for connection, challenges to addicted parents, and recommendations on how to respond when (not if) children are exposed to porn.

The interview ends with the dramatic performance of Dear Porn by the talented Mark J The Poet. This is an ending worth waiting for.

Click here to listen and subscribe to this excellent podcast (You can also download the show on Apple Podcasts, Google Play, Spotify, and other platforms)

I hope you’ll take 27 minutes to listen. Then, I invite you to share this interview with a father in your life. May this interview ignite in us a commitment to fight for our freedom and for the freedoms of the most vulnerable among us; our children.

For additional strategies and resources on protecting children from pornography, I invite you to read my book Life After Lust and join The Anti-Pornography Movement Facebook group. Also, if you’re ready to embark on your recovery journey, I am happy to help. Happy Father’s Day to all fathers and a shout-out to all parents and individuals working hard to change the world for all of us.

Forest Benedict, LMFT, SATP, Author of Life After Lust

2 thoughts on “Dear Porn: An Interview for Parents

  1. Great podcast, Forest! Thanks for all the amazing tips and bits of wisdom you have to share with all of us as we’re striving to parent in this crazy digital world. Love your work, as always!

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    1. Melody, it was such an honor to be interviewed by Media Savvy Moms. You two are doing excellent work that is making a difference in the world. I also loved reconnecting with Dear Porn: A Father’s Letter, which inspires me to continue the fight.
      Gratefully,
      Forest

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