Talking about sex and sexuality with your teen can be awkward, difficult, and downright uncomfortable. Maybe you had talks with your parents when you were a teen, and they didn’t go well. Or maybe your parents never talked to you about sex at all, and you have no idea where to start. Maybe you’re even afraid that talking to your teen about sex will make them more likely to become sexually active. But there are many reasons why this is a topic that you should tackle, and there are a few things to consider that may make it a little easier for you and your child.
These conversations can be uncomfortable for both of you—at least at first. But with consistency and honesty, you can build a strong bond with your teen that will keep them educated and safe as they become sexually active. For more practical tips on this and much more, check out our calendar for upcoming Live Interactive Workshops.
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