Answering their kids' questions about sex is a responsibility that many parents dread. Otherwise confident moms and dads often feel tongue-tied and awkward when it comes to talking about puberty and where babies come from. But the subject shouldn't be avoided. Parents can help foster healthy feelings about sex if they answer kids' questions in an age-appropriate way. From as early as infancy, kids are interested in learning about their own bodies.
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By Terri Apter PhD. To find out if you and your daughter are effectively communicating about sex, take The Sex Talk Test she designed for Oprah. Show that you are interested in what she has to say about sex. Allow pauses in your own speech; these will invite her to respond. When she does speak, take time to think about what she has said and ask for clarification. Avoid jumping to conclusions about what she thinks and feels. Avoid telling her what she should think or feel.
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