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Help those who suffer from the effects of pornography use receive the comfort and peace that is found in Jesus Christ and His Atonement.
Read about the blessing of peace that comes through forgiving others.
Follow the principles outlined in the Ministering Resources: Overcoming Pornography.
Understand the program and resources available.
Review and provide copies of "Let Virtue Garnish Thy Thoughts" to members.
View how individuals have been helped by counseling with their bishop.
Leaders are responsible to help families and individuals protect themselves "against all the fiery darts of the adversary" (D&C 3:8).
Teach and emphasize standards found in "For the Strength of Youth."
Empower parents and teachers as they teach the lessons on standards.
Learn from President Henry B. Eyring about how to be available for youth who need additional support.
Regularly share messages about choosing righteous activities and the associated blessings, as taught by Elder Richard G. Scott.
Help families develop strong family traditions of scripture study, family prayer, and family home evening, as taught by Sister Cheryl C. Lant.
Share "A Parent's Guide" to help parents learn how to talk about sensitive issues.
Share segments from "Family Conversations" to help parents talk with children about intimacy.