Sex education can be intimidating. Yet, God created sex. Find more ways to teach healthy sexuality to your children.
The teen years are coming, whether you’re ready or not.
Tweens and teens experience many physical and emotional changes that can be confusing for parents. Dr. Meg Meeker explains those changes and offers tips for parents to respond effectively so their sons and daughters can thrive during their teenage years.
Few words carry more awkwardness and confusion than puberty. However, this is the most critical point in your son’s life. Take initiative in leading your son through these physical, emotional, and mental changes.
A Gallup poll shows that 67 percent of parents use actual names to refer to male and female body parts. What do you use in your family?
Start the conversation about human sexuality on a godly note by answering a young child’s first questions about human sexuality.
Your tween girl needs you as she starts to go through physical and emotional changes associated with puberty.
Abstinence is a difficult topic to discuss with your kids. However, it’s an important conversation to have as your children continue to develop. Consider your approach to these conversations.
It may be uncomfortable, but the stakes are high. And your teen needs to hear the truth. From you.
On the scale of uncomfortable things to talk about with your young kids; masturbation hovers around the top. But as awkward as it is, ignoring the topic won’t make it go away.