This presentation is designed specially to help parents with the language and concepts pertaining to “the talk,” helping parents understand that this subject is an on-going process.
Did you know? A Harris Poll reported that 90% of parents today want to be the primary sexual educator for their children, but only 4% actually are.
Questions to think about:
- Why do very young children need to feel comfortable about their sexuality?
- Why are children entering puberty at a younger age?
- Why is it important to educate sooner than later?
- What information do tweens and teens need to make good choices later?
- Why do parents play such an important part in their child’s sexual development?
- Why does healthy sexuality play an important part in a child’s self esteem
and body image?