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/ Jul 24, 2019

Talking About Sex With Teens

Parents

Being curious about sex and intimate relationships is a normal part of growing up. Does your teen feel comfortable coming to you for advice and information? If not, there are specific strategies you can use right now to become your child’s go-to resource.  

Our colleagues at Parents are TALKING highlight smart approaches for encouraging open discussions about sex. Among them: Learning to truly listen and being prepared with facts about sexual and reproductive health. 

You can read and learn more about “How to Become an Askable Adult” here.

Parents are TALKING is a website educating families about sexual and reproductive health services from Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia

Discussion Tip
Teens benefit from open communication about sex.

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