Recent events in the news are enough to make a rational person want to secede from the human race. How can we make this a learning opportunity for our teens?
A reader asks what the deal is with “gender fluidity” among teens; why is it on the rise, and how should we respond to it?
Want your child to grow up with a healthy, realistic view of sexuality, and to wait until they’re really ready for intimacy? Read on.
If your kids are reaching dating age, don’t panic! With a little patience and a lot of communication, you’ll all get through it okay.
Teenagers and burgeoning sexuality. The conversations are becoming more difficult, but we’ll keep having them, because communication and knowledge are key.
We finally had The Sex Talk with our firth grade son. A long talk. A couple of talks, in fact. And throughout the process, we all learned a few things about the best way to handle discussing sex at this age and stage.
Your child is approaching or in preadolescence. This new phase of development may seem fairly natural and normal to you, but it’s probably the exact opposite to your child. Puberty can be embarrassing, awkward and scary. For that reason, any puberty advice or information you give your child now is only going to help their comfort level during this transitional time.
There’s no need to dread The Talk. We’ve got some advice, but would love to hear your pearls of been-there-done-that wisdom.
LilSugar’s resident mama shares her tips after an impromptu grilling by her precocious 4.5-year-old daughter.
Your young child is starting to ask about SEX. When should you start getting technical with the details?