New! Pop Culture Alert Texting Service

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This is how you will receive our pop culture alert via text on your phone.

Feeling overwhelmed or just too busy to keep up with pop culture and technology? Protect your kids by joining our Pop Culture Alert Texting Service!

Sign up for the POP CULTURE ALERT TEXTING SERVICE by texting the word ALERT to the number 444999.

You will receive an URGENT pop culture update once a week so you know what imminent threats could endanger your kids and what ACTION STEPS to take to keep them safe. KNOW BEFORE YOUR KIDS DO!

You will also receive our weekly Counter Culture Mom Newsletter which includes the current Hollywood Insider show, top resource of the week, an eye-opening celebrity quote and more.

In addition, you will receive a FREE RESOURCE GUIDE with helpful tips and tools such as:

  • top positive entertainment choices like pure flix and jelly telly
  • over 300 family friendly movies
  • Positive music list
  • top books I’d recommend for parents, teens and tweens
  • A list of over 50 non-violent video games
  • Clean comedians
  • help lines for suicide, cutting, bullying, etc.

To get our WEEKLY ALERTS just text the word ALERT to the number 444999. We look forward to having you join our crusade!

How to Keep Your Kids Safe While Online!

Hollywood Insider: Ep 4

Scared to let your kids go online? Has someone stumbled upon porn while surfing the net or doing homework? Safeguard your tech devices with Covenant Eyes!

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HOLLYWOOD INSIDER with Tina Marie. Today’s guest is Dan Armstrong Corporate Communications Specialist for Covenant Eyes. Live a Porn-Free Life! Don’t let porn hold you back from using technology. If addicted to porn, you can break free with the proven power of Internet Accountability.

Episode FOUR – Learn how to keep your family safe while online.

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Lady Gaga Reveals Pressures of Being Famous

Lady Gaga reveals the pressures of Hollywood at a Yale “Emotion Revolution” summit. How much of her career is controlled by the bigwigs?

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“Ok. Stefani. Gaga. Hybrid – person. Why are you unhappy? Why is it that you want to quit music?”

These are the deepest insights that Stefani Joanne Angelina Germanotta AKA Lady Gaga recently shared at Yale’s “Emotion Revolution” Summit. Gaga said she was done spending her time shaking hands, flashing fake smiles and taking selfies. She said, “I have a lot more to offer than my image.”


What did she do about her unhappiness? She started saying the word NO.

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How to Have a Closer Relationship With Your Kids

Remove the doors from your home!

Want a closer relationship with your kids? Doing these tips could help you see what online activity your teen could be hiding from you.

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A pastor told me years ago, after speaking at a youth event, that he had removed all the doors in his house, except for the door to his bedroom and all the bathrooms of course. His kids were constantly isolating themselves in their rooms and he wanted his family back. At first, his children (all teens at the time) were not too happy, but after about 3 days they began to embrace the new “open door” policy. He said his kids had the closest relationship with him and his wife during those doorless years than any other previous years they’ve had. Deep communication, game nights and family outings took the place of separate bedroom confinement.

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Kate Winslet Removes Social Media From Her Home

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Kate Winslet joins the list of celebrities who has banned social media in their home. Her reasoning will make you consider following in her footsteps.

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How much social media is safe and healthy for kids? What age is appropriate for kids to be involved in social media? According to oscar-winning actress Kate Winslet, face-to-face conversation is far more important than what takes place online. In fact, Winslet’s three children, Mia 15, Joe 11 and Bear 22 months are not on any social media. Kate and husband Ned also limit the amount of time they use technology in their home.

kate winslet“Let your kids climb trees. Take the device out of their hand. Play Monopoly! You go to a cafe and grown-ups are at one end of the table and children the other, on devices, not looking up,” said Winslet. I couldn’t agree more. 

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