I don't want to say too much; they might get scared or confused.
I'm terrified my child will be sexually abused.
I think I've waited too long.
I feel embarrassed to talk about this stuff.
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If you rely on strangers and their peers to teach your kids about sexuality they lose out on learning from the person they most want and need to hear from - YOU! Worse yet, they don’t get the information you want them to have about your values and related topics like love and healthy relationships.
And when you know how to talk to your kids about sex, this can lead to talking about many other parts of their lives.
The birds and the bees can be tough to talk about, but with a little information, skills, some careful thought and planning, it's possible to have comfortable and effective sex talks with your kids that don't make either of you nuts!
These talks are key to raising safe, healthy, happy and well adjusted kids and I promise to help you all I can along the way.
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