Category - teen
Be sure to ask your son his own thoughts and feelings about relationships and sex. But remember to also articulate your own values id like you to wait until youre in love or youre. Glanced knowingly at your mother, and said, lets go for a walk, son. talking about sex or intimacy in hushed tones or talking your teen not to talk about such things, will be counterproductive. Be comfortable and talk frankly to your teen about sex so that they also approach the issue of sex in a casual and natural way. when talking to your teen about sex, its easy to start and end every sentence with dont! If your style of sex education is sunday-morning fire-and-brimstone, your son or daughter is going to nod and say ok while imagining him or herself to be somewhere far, far away doing something other than talking to you about that. For your son to be comfortable talking with you about sex, you need to stay calm and collected. Then ask him what hes understood of sex in the media, what attitudes hes seen and his reactions to it. This will give you a starting point for your part of the conversation. talking to children about sex is never easy, but it is necessary. As one mother of two commented, if i left it up to my husband, the boys would still believe that babies are delivered by storks! Regardless of who ends up giving the talk, you can rest assured that your son will be healthier, happier, and maybe even grateful in the end. parents influence their kids attitudes about sex and relationships more than they realize. Its a myth that all teens want to avoid talking to their parents about sex and dating. talking with your kids about sex can be uncomfortable, but its not something you can afford to neglect. Yes, they can pick up pieces of information during sex-ed class at school or during a.