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HERE IT COMES, the ‘dreaded’ chat with your children about sex.
Your child may ask you to tell them about how babies are made, they may hint that they have heard something about sex or you may just decide that it is time to talk to them and teach them some of the facts of life. You should have the chat when your son or daughter show signs of wanting information.
What if you are still interested in talking but just not about sex? You might think that if you say no to every man who mentions sex in the first conversation, you won’t meet anyone.
You have to be really clear on that and set your boundaries accordingly. That only means you won’t be meeting the men you are incompatible with and that’s not really a loss.
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Find a book that you feel is the most appropriate for your child and read it yourself first.There are so many more parts of growing up beyond puberty and sexual development.You should also talk to them about how they may change in terms of their interests, feelings towards the opposite sex, falling in love and dealing with feelings of embarrassment and awkwardness.Explain how pregnancy occurs and pregnancy and the wonderful development of a baby in the womb.Invite your child to ask questions, be available for chats and invite your child to chat about the subject if they want to.