Sex talk ids
The best age to have the discussion is when your children become teenagers. Talking with your teenager is important to helping him or her develop healthy attitudes toward sex and to learn responsible sexual behavior.
Openly discussing sex with your child also enables you to provide accurate information. But what they learn might not be true, and might not reflect the personal and moral values and principles you want your children to follow.
Instead it can be a way to strengthen the parent-child relationship.
Amy Lang shows parents that talking to children about sexuality doesn’t need to be a dreaded part of parenting.
And not so much to facilitate inhibition in just women and men, but to get things out on the table in the family sense.
In addition, teens need to understand the possible consequences of being sexually active -- including pregnancy and sexually transmitted diseases , as well as being emotionally hurt.
If I Talk to my Kids About Sex, Won't That Just Make Them Want to Do It?
It's time we were more comfortable with our sexuality. We no longer live in a society that is ruled by men and their likes and dislikes.
We, as women, are equals in the boardroom so why not in the bedroom!Does the thought of having the birds and bees talk leave you sweaty palmed, blushing and running for the door? Worse yet, they don’t get the information you want them to have about your values and related topics like love and healthy relationships.