by Mark Bell LMFT, CSAT
I’m a father of 5 young boys, ages 2-10 years old, and work as a sex addiction therapist. In this post, I’d like to share three strategies for addressing sexual matters, including pornography.
Maybe because of my profession, I find myself more and more aware of what my kids are confronted with regarding modern sexuality and pornography. Over the course of my career, I have worked with a diverse clientele possessing an assortment of sexual and emotional issues. This has made me even more mindful of my stewardship as a father to protect my sons’ potential by teaching them the important lessons of personal purity, integrity, healthy sexual awareness, and respect for womanhood.
My wife and I have implemented three strategies for addressing sexual matters, including pornography.
One strategy is folded into a monthly father and son interview with me and each…
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Star Parker attended a rally in Selma, Alabama this weekend of Juneteenth calling for stricter regulations of abortion clinics in the state and nationwide.
Parker is the founder and president of (CURE) the Center for Urban Renewal and Education, a public policy think tank that promotes market-based solutions to fight poverty.
In her speech, she told the crowd, “If Black Lives Matter then Black Women Matter. If Black Lives Matter then Black children matter. If Black Lives Matter then Black children matter.”
“Hands up – don’t vacuum – hands up- don’t abort – hands up- you’re under arrest,” Parker said of Dr. Samuel Lett who performs abortion in the civil rights town.
“If Black Lives Matter then we need to shut down Samuel Lett and all of the other Gosnell-like abortionists across this country,” she stated.
More on the protest here and
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From the Columbus Dispatch: “The [Ohio] Senate tonight passed a two-year, $71.3 billion budget that would cut income taxes by $1.7 billion, freeze tuition at state universities and implement language that could make it difficult for some abortion clinics in Ohio to stay open.”
Currently, Martin Haskell, owner and abortionist at Women’s Med in Kettering, is killing with a variance, not an actual transfer agreement. His variance is with doctors at Wright State Physicians who have their own transfer agreement with local private hospitals. Local activists and advocates have been fervently educating the public concerning physicians and hospitals that cover for Haskell, the self proclaimed pioneer of the late-term abortion. With this new provision, Haskell’s unapproved ‘variance’ may come to an end soon:
“Under state law, abortion providers are required to have a patient-transfer agreement with a private hospital…
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