If you’re like most parents, you want to be calm and confident when you start 'the talk.' In order to do that, you need support to help you talk to your child about sex. The problem? There’s not many options out there, which may be leaving you feeling uncomfortable, anxious, fearful, or maybe even isolated.
We believe that you should have the tools and resources you need to confidently talk to your child about sex!
I get it. Talking to your child about sex can be (super) awkward and (really) uncomfortable. I have two teens and an 11-year-old and have been in your shoes. I got tired of feeling this way. I have my masters in sexuality and have helped hundreds of parents better understand how to talk about sex, porn and consent, and I would love to help you too.
Here’s where to start: 1) download '10 Ways to Create Connection with Your Kid' 2) Join the Facebook group (if that's your thing) and meet other parents the same as you 3) Listen and learn to the age-appropriate topics you can talk about with your kid. Will it be challenging? Probably. But I’ll be here every step of the way to help. I promise to give you the support you need and help you better understand sex, so you can talk to your child about it.
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Stop feeling awkward about talking to your kids about sex, and instead, get the tools you need to have confidence for every conversation.
You know your tween kid is getting older.
Soon they will be going to secondary school. You want to prepare them for anything they might encounter.
But you feel awkward talking about sex and you don't know the right things to say.