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The Third Talk™ Founder at a North Carolina School

The Third Talk™ Founder, John Van Arnam, spoke to parents and kids at a North Carolina school.

John Van Arnam’s practical approach to discussing the harm of online pornography – with humor and without colorful language – works!

Watch this excerpt, then find out what you can do!

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The Third Talk™ Founder at a School

The Third Talk™ Founder, John Van Arnam, speaks to parents and kids in a North Carolina school.

John speaks to parents and their kids about the harm of online pornography in practical terms, with humor and without colorful language. It’s a conversation we all need to have.

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The Third Talk™ at a Charter School

The Third Talk™ Founder, John Van Arnam, spoke at a North Carolina charter school about the harmful effects of online pornography on our young people.

“It is an important topic,” John starts. “It is one that does not receive as much attention as I think it should.”

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The Third Talk™ Speaks to High School Kids

The Third Talk™ Founder, John Van Arnam, speaks to high school kids in North Carolina.

John speaks to these young people about the harm of viewing adult content and how doing so can become a script. Although John has been called a “subject matter expert,” a “sexual health consultant,” and a “lecturer,” he prefers the term “coach” – a coach on the prevention of pornography exposure to young people.

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The Third Talk™ in Church

The Third Talk™ Founder, John Van Arnam, spoke at faith-based institution.

This topic concerns us all. It is non-denominational and John has the solution for parents talking to their kids about online pornography.

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The Third Talk™ at NC DPI Training Seminar

The Third Talk™ Founder, John Van Arnam, spoke at RISE Training for the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction (NCDPI).

“We talked about trafficking … objectification, shaming, bullying.” John talks to professional and parents about the importance of addressing the domestic issue of online pornography and children.

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