Are you a parent of a boy approaching puberty?
Are you worried about having “that” conversation with them?
Do you need some help to frame and phrase the conversation properly to avoid embarrassment on both sides?
That help is here, with the straight-talking and no-nonsense Boy Puberty: How to Talk About Puberty and Sex With Your Tween Boy.
Inside the pages of this book, you will find a wealth of information, written in a casual and open style, which includes advice on:
- How to tactfully raise the issue and speak about it
- Preparing the ground
- What puberty is
- Why puberty happens
- How to prepare your son for puberty
- And more…
Aimed at parents of young boys aged between 9 to 13 years old, Boy Puberty includes everything you will need to discuss and how to start talking about it.
It’s never easy talking to young children about sexuality and reproduction, but with Boy Puberty, you’ll be much better prepared and able to answer all the questions he will inevitably have, as well as lay the foundation for an open relationship, where he knows that he can talk to you about anything.
Get your copy today and start preparing now!
|Publisher:||Sex Ed Rescue|
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.21(d)|
About the Author
Cath has lived all over Australia but currently lives in Perth with her partner, 2 children, and ever-growing menagerie of pets. Despite having an unusual profession, she bakes, sews, and knits for sanity, collects sexual trivia, and tries really hard not to embarrass her children in public. Well, most of the time anyway!
Table of Contents
WHAT IS PUBERTY?
What does this all mean?
When will puberty happen?
When to worry
What makes puberty happen?
The body parts
What do kids need to know?
WHY YOU MUST TALK ABOUT PUBERTY
Reasons for talking to boys about puberty
WHEN TO START TALKING ABOUT PUBERTY
When is a good time to start talking?
What age should I expect to see changes?
When is it too early to talk?
When is it too late to talk?
Can Moms talk to sons about puberty?
WHAT CHANGES HAPPEN DURING PUBERTY
Nine to 12 years
Nine to 15 years
11 to 16 years
11 to 17 years
14 to 18 years
Puberty for girls
WHAT TO TALK TO YOUR SON ABOUT
Body and facial hair
Body size and shape
Pearly penile papules
Same sex attraction
Sexually transmitted infections (STIs)
HOW TO TALK ABOUT PUBERTY
When starting late
Getting past your fears and worries
Take it slow
Find out what they already know
When you don’t know the answer
Answering personal questions