p> Parents you need to talk!
Please get bold enough to care about your childâ€™s life to ask the questions like:
So what have you heard from other kids about sex?
Do you ever wonder about anything sexual?
And tell your kids that you will try to answer any questions they have even if you need to say:
It may cause me to feel uncomfortable because I donâ€™t talk about sex very often.
If you think your teen or preadolescent is safe because they attend a conservative school, a Christian school Â or you home school, you still live in America and it is impossible to control all media and peer input. If your child is 10 or 11, you need to get some help if you have not established that you are the sex authority for them.
I want to recommend a book to you that I am ordering for two of my 12 year old granddaughtersâ€™ moms and dads. I met this Godly man, Keith Deltano years ago. We share the same passion for youth. He is a comedian that connects with youth. His book, Making Virginity Possible, is a great tool for you; enabling you to become the sex authority with the righteous and correct answers you need for your children. Keith will help you. http://www.defyconformity.com/shop.html#rokquickcart Ruth Anne Eccles, BSN, MSN