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The Talk: What Your Kids Need to Hear from You About Sex

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 9, 2008

    THE TALK is straight talk to parents.

    I just finished THE TALK and I absolutely recommend it to parents, teachers, youth workers, clergy and anyone who cares about teens. Our youth have unprecedented challenges and distractions. They need their parents more than ever to help them navigate to adulthood. THE TALK is brilliantly basic. Dr. Maxwell points parents back to the foundations. Despite what they say, teens need and want stability, integrity, honesty, clarity and boundaries. Don't throw in the towel on responsible parenting. Let Dr. Maxwell equip and encourage you.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 19, 2008

    A powerful new paradigm for talking to our kids about sex and self awareness

    I just finished reading a pre-release copy I came across. It was a mixture of reality tv, The Joy of Sex and religious sermons as might be written by Mark Twain. It showed me a whole new way to think about sex and how I might share that with my kids. Dr. Maxwell challenged me to examine my own life experiences to understand my own personal values and beliefs about sex and the world we live in. She also provides a methodology for understanding and coping with the unrelenting stream of overt as well as subtle messages about values we receive from mass media. Then she provides a detailed map for sharing what I had discovered in age appropriate ways throughout my children's lives. It is as entertaining as it is inspirational.

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