• How to Talk to Your Kids About Sex

  • Your Step-by-Step Guide to Talking to Your Kids About Sex
  • By: HowExpert Press
  • Narrated by: Tom Jaramillo
  • Length: 1 hr and 57 mins
  • 3.7 out of 5 stars (7 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

If you want to know the appropriate way of discussing sex with your children, then get How to Talk to Your Kids about Sex, written by a real-life parent who has great advice in sharing how to talk to your kids about sex.

    Learn why you should talk about sex to your kids
  • Know how to talk about it
  • Be guided on when to start talking
  • Know what to say and how to say it appropriate to your child's age
  • Make your child aware of sex information to avoid danger of strangers
  • Questions and appropriate answers provided
  • And much more

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It was okay

There was a lot of boosting. They pride themselves on talking to other people's kids about sex with that parent's permission. I'd have like to hear that they got families involved in the decision and education rather than going behing their backs. The whole book was just saying how awesome they are and how everyone should be like them. It did have a lot of good info but I bet there is a better book with more science than opinion. Still a quick read with some basics if you're nervous about the initial talks.

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Sexual politics, agenda driven.

There is some common sense good advice to be extracted out of this book, but, I think it would serve yourself better by getting a similar name book by a different author.