Moms Connected October
9:15 AM - 11:15 AM
South Street Campus | Student Center
Sex and the Internet: Tools to Help Your Teen Navigate the Realities of Life Online
Some studies have found that the first time that an adolescent is exposed to pornography is typically between 11 and 12 years old (Rothman, 2021). As parents, we know the pitfalls and dangers that come with living in an online world. Yet, how do we best educate ourselves and our teens about these dangers? Join us as Mark MacDonald offers the tools every parent needs to help your teen navigate the realities of life online. With extensive experience on this topic, Mark will share what you really need to know and give practical advice on how to train your teen to be safe on the internet not just today, but for a lifetime.
With 30 years of experience, Mark MacDonald is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and graduate of the University of Chicago. He is co-author of the devotional book “Setting New Boundaries” and has enjoyed speaking on radio programs as well as at churches, professional groups and parenting/marriage seminars. He is married to Parvine and has three children, two of whom are adopted.