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March 4, 2023



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I caught my child viewing porn.

My child was shown sexually explicit images by her friend in school.

Do these scenarios sound familiar to you? As parents, what can we do? How do we help our children make good decisions about sex?

Talking about sex and sexuality can make even confident parents cringe. Don’t be caught off-guard. Acquire strategies and tools to grow your child’s sexual intelligence and build a strong foundation for them to enjoy healthy relationships and become healthy and responsible adults.​

Enjoy one-month access to re-watch the webinar and recap what was covered. 

BONUS: Receive a take-home guide on common questions asked by kids, and book/video resources.

At the end of the webinar, parents will gain:

  • Better understanding of the issues children face in today’s media-hyped world;
  • Tools and strategies for conversing openly with your child about sexuality and relationships; 
  • Practical handles on tackling growing concerns like pornography and inappropriate behaviour. 

About the trainer:

Joshua Liong currently serves as Principal Trainer at Focus on the Family Singapore. He is an international speaker and trainer who speaks on issues of youth, sexuality and parenting. He also loves connecting with young people and has spent more than 20 years strategising ways to better equip them for life and relationships.

Joshua has been married for more than 15 years and has 2 teenage daughters. 

Date: March 4, 2023

Time: 10am-12nn

Venue: Zoom

Cost:  S$35 (register by February 15, 2023 to enjoy the rate. Regular rate: S$50)

Click here to register.

About the organiser:
Focus on the Family Singapore is a local charity dedicated to helping families thrive. Upholding the family unit as the basic building block of Singapore, they partner individuals and organisations to promote strong families through differentiated programmes, trusted resources, family counselling and content placement in various media. Their aim is to support the everyday family through life’s challenges and to build enduring healthy values, thus circumventing many of society’s social problems.