Kids’ unsupervised online use likened to sending them to adult bookstore

FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. (CNS) — Parents who don’t supervise their children’s online activity and mobile device usage might as well be dropping off their kids at an adult bookstore filled with dangerous strangers. That was the gist of a frank and wide-ranging conversation on Internet pornography and addiction that licensed clinical therapist and family therapist…

Pornography’s Dangers: Studies show brain functions affected

April 25, 2014, edition By Sue Schulzetenberg-Gully Bruce Hannemann, a college chemistry instructor, began having difficulties concentrating, carrying on conversations and effectively planning lessons. His wife, Jeannie, thought he had a brain tumor. Brain scans showed severe damage to the frontal cortex, an overly active right side and insufficient functioning on the left side. The…