Does the thought of having The Talk with your kids put a knot in your stomach and a lump in your throat?
Talking about sex can be an incredible opportunity to develop a more meaningful and rewarding relationship with your child. Since sexual images saturate today's culture, children will learn about sex somewhere, but research shows that they want to learn from you.
Questions Kids Ask about Sex shows you how to start the conversation. This candid resource is full of the latest information, practical insights, and age-appropriate answers to the questions kids ask about sex. The Medical Institute for Sexual Health provides you with the tools and empowering encouragement you need in order to communicate more effectively about sex, self-control, and self-respect. The key strategies in this book will help you protect your children's future health, hope, and happiness by creating the ongoing, honest dialogue they needand want.
"As a pediatrician for more than thirty years, I've yet to find a sexual education parenting book as complete and comprehensive as Questions Kids Ask about Sex."Joseph R. Zanga, president, American College of Pediatricians
"The perfect resource to teach children about sexuality while incorporating moral beliefs."Dr. Laura Schlessinger, internationally syndicated radio talk host; bestselling author
"Practical, up-to-date, reliable, and packed with must-have information for every parent whose teen, tween, or toddler is beginning to sail out into the murky waters of modern culture."Walt Larimore, MD, medical journalist; bestselling author, The Highly Healthy Child
The Medical Institute for Sexual Health is a nonprofit medical organization, based in Austin, Texas. It was founded in 1992 to confront the worldwide epidemic of nonmarital pregnancy and sexually transmitted disease with incisive health care data. Driven by medical, educational, and scientific data, the Medical Institute informs and educates medical professionals, educators, government officials, parents, and the media.