Talking to Your Kids About Sex. What to Say How to Say It

Marilyn Maxwell, M.D., Mary Flo Ridley, Ann Douglas

The experts all say if you are not talking to your children about sex, someone else is and you may not like what they are hearing. But what’s the best way to talk to a child or teen about sex? How should you start the conversation? What should you say? What does the discussion sound like at different ages? Is it different with boys and girls? Should you share your personal sexual experiences? This segment is a quick primer for parents.
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May 8, 2009
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Ann Douglas is an award-winning author and writer. She has written 28 books, including the bestselling books in The Mother of All® books series and The Mother of All Solutions® series. Director, Med-Peds Residency; Marilyn Maxwell, M.D., is a board-certified pediatrician and internal medicine physician and an Associate Professor. Mary Flo Ridley, is author of Simple Truths: A Simple , Natural Way to Discussing Sex with Your Children.
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