Talking to your teen about sex
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If you haven't already started talking to your teen about sex, or even if you have, it's a good idea to mentally prepare for the discussion. Your teen will need to know as much as possible to make a good decision about sexual activity in the future. Because it can be a little disturbing to be talking about the nuts-and-bolts of sexual activity, knowing what you need to say and how to say it ahead of time can help make things easier for everyone. Your teen may need to know the basics, but he or she may not admit it. If you've been talking about the differences between boys and girls and their reproductive organs since your child has been little, you might be a little ahead of the game. It is important that they understand puberty and how it prepares their body for having children in the future.
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What kids think about sex might surprise you, but what they're doing sexually—and when they're doing it—might surprise you even more. In a study this year of more than a 1, tweens kids between the ages 11 and 14 , commissioned by Liz Claiborne Inc. The parents' view? Only 7 percent of parents surveyed in this study think their own child has gone any further than "making out. The whole subject of sex is so delicate that some parents put off talking to kids about it, believing their child is still too young, or because they're not sure what to say. They "finally sit down to have the Big Talk," says Dr.
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