Family Confidential Podcast: Secrets of Successful Parenting — Parenting Advice with Annie Fox, M.Ed.
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Kids, tweens and teen face a daily barrage of sexualized content. Which is why it’s virtually impossible to raise children without their absorbing messages that are underpinned by, what sexologist Liz Walker calls, a “pornified” culture. Annie talks with Liz about her Australia-based Youth Wellbeing Project, and how teens need parents and mentors willing to talk with them about the subjects that can no longer be swept under the carpet, S-E-X and P-O-R-N.


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About Liz Walker

Liz Walker is a sexologist, mother, teen life coach, presenter and sexuality educator. She brings much needed insight into raising teens with a positive attitude towards their bodies and peers, and offers strategic tips for healthy sexual development. Founder and National Director of Youth Wellbeing Project, Liz has been described as a woman “ready to talk about any aspect of sexuality,” with no area too difficult to discuss. Learn more at YouthWellBeingProject.com.au and at LizWalkerPresents.com

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  1. […] Helping our kids set boundaries and take responsibility for personal attitudes and behaviours is in our hands. As parents, it’s important to not only let our children know about the healthy and unhealthy aspects (particularly in a culture flooded by pornography), but also discuss with them what options they have. In doing so, we can instill grounded insight and empower them to make informed choices. In our conversation, we talked about the different obstacles that we’ve encountered as both parents and educators in getting a positive message across. Watch or listen to the full-length interview. […]

  2. […] experts on a variety of topics. Until then, check out some of my favorite interviews including “My Kid Downloaded Porn” and “Parents as Stress […]

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