Author Archives: Talli Moellering

The End of Purity Culture-3 truths to replace false assumptions we learned from the youth group.

Posted in Relevant Magazine on September 10, 2015 by Talli Moellering and Natalie Floyd.

Sign a pledge. Get a purity ring. Save yourself for marriage.

It seemed like a pretty […]

Sexual Risk Avoidance: Conversation Starters

Check out my Blog post that was published via Care Net for all the Pregnancy Centers across the country.

Back in 1992 I started as a client advocate at a […]

Spring Break, Prom, Graduation, and Summer

The school year is quickly coming to a close, which, for teens, means prom, graduation, summer, and freedom. In my parent trainings I share the teens definition of freedom compared […]


One of the unique and sometimes challenging things about today’s interconnected culture is that it allows tweens and teens to gather information and establish relationships beyond their immediate circle […]

Peer and Pressure Proofing our Teens

Peer proofing our teens is not very easy in our always on social networking driven world. We all hope and pray we have given our teens the skills and resources […]

The “Feelings” Myth

One of the most concerning relationship concepts currently being promoted in our culture is the “feelings” myth.  Do our teen sons and daughters know that relationships, love and marriage do […]

But you don’t mention the Bible!

I hear it over and over. A young girl will come into the clinic and get her positive pregnancy test result and as she processes through her shame and confusion […]

Tuesday Talk: Are our teens being proactive?

How is your teen son or daughter doing with being proactive? Does your teen understand what it means to take responsibility for their life? As your teen gets older they […]

Unconditional Love

Raising three daughters has taught me a lot about love. As our girls get older, our youngest is now 15, I've realized how unbelievably important it is for our girls […]

Tuesday Talk: What would you say?

If you have an opportunity to share the effects of sex outside of marriage with your teen son or daughter, what will you say? Consider these suggestions:

Teen and college sexual activity […]