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Talking to Your Kids About Sex/Sensitive Topics

Talking to Your Kids About Sex/Sensitive Topics

  • Birds and Bees and Kids is a site that can help broach sex with your kids more comfortably.
  • When talking about drugs, racial issues, or death, the most important thing is to meet the child where they are first and answer honestly and factually, however uncomfortable the situation might feel. Kids are taking their cues from you.

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