Parents, protect your teenager from the danger’s of today’s overly sexualized culture.

Parents, how did you learn about dating, boundaries, and intimacy? Remember how most our parents stayed away from such talks? Remember all the horrible dating advice your friends gave you? The odd part is most of us actually did or tried at least some of what our friends suggested.

Now picture your teenager alone in an intimate situation on either a date or at a party. We need to be blunt here: sexual dangers are monumental for today’s teenagers. With TV, teen magazines, music, internet pornography, and movies promoting sexual activity among teens, your kids are exposed to images making sexual activity look exciting and even popular. Think of all the kids at school talking about how “far” they went on a date last weekend or even last night.

The pressure for your teen to be more sexual, including engaging in sexual activity, is stronger than ever. With all the talk of sexting, fondling, oral sex, and intercourse among today’s teenagers, how do you protect your daughter or son? You know the old parenting tactics of the past will not work with your children.  Letting them find out on their own is way too dangerous and scary! With parenting magazines and websites typically geared at parents of kids under 10 years old, where do you find advice for talking to you teen? Have you tried talking to your teen about dating, sex, and intimacy? Isn’t it amazing how teenagers don’t believe you can possibly understand the feelings they are going through?

Picture having an in-depth conversation about dating and sex with your teenager and then hearing him or her genuinely say, “Thanks for sharing with me. This was actually fun.” Imagine hearing your son or daughter telling you how (s)he let the guy or girl know how (s)he expects to be treated.  Wouldn’t you be proud knowing your teenager was making safe, positive choices  – thanks to a specific approach you recently discovered?

More and more parents are turning to author, expert, and a fellow parent of teenagers – Mike Domitrz, the Executive Director and Founder of The Date Safe Project Inc. Mike’s experience of speaking in over 70 cities each year to teens, young adults, and their parents enables him to hear directly from BOTH young males and females – ALONG with their parents.  He gets to hear what has worked for families who are successfully addressing these uncomfortable conversations – while also avoiding the frustrations many families and teenagers experience.

You have 3 options for discovering the skills Mike shares with parents:

    1. DVD & Book set of HELP! My Teen Is Dating. Real Solutions to Tough Conversations
      Have fun watching the 80 minute award-winning DVD** right in your own home.  Get simple solutions you can use immediately with your teenager.

      **Mike’s DVD titled HELP! My Teen Is Dating. Real Solutions to Tough Conversations was awarded “1 of the 50 Best Books for Families with Teens and Tweens” by www.RadicalParenting.com in 2009. Yes, you read correctly. The DVD is so powerful it received an award for BOOKS!  Get the DVD Now

       

    2. Live Workshop of HELP! My Teen Is Dating. Real Solutions to Tough Conversations
      Bring Mike Domitrz to your community for the incredible opportunity to hear him live, ask questions, and get the latest approaches to what is currently working for parents.  Plus, you get the bonus of having him speak to the students in your schools during the day!  Learn more.

 

  1. Exclusive Personal Coaching Program
    Get one-on-one phone access to Mike Domitrz and receive 2 “How To” exclusive video updates each month from Mike based on current events and trends.

Mike is not going to fill you up with theory. He is going to provide you nonstop ideas you can implement right away. You will learn

  • How to start the talk and get your teen to listen.
  • The right time to allow dating.
  • Three questions that tell all about your teen’s dating maturity.
  • What to say to your teen’s date.
  • The exact words for addressing intimacy and boundaries.
  • The power in asking first!
  • The best way to discuss the dangers from alcohol to sexual assault.
  • How to truly “be there’ for your children in potentially dangerous moments.
  • BONUS tips to fun and safer dating.

When the issue is teen safety and decision-making, don’t hesitate to get the necessary tools to help protect your teen.  Waiting to have these talks is the one risk you don’t want to take!  Time is of the essence.

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