This is episode 78 and today I’m here with Amy Lang talking about Sexuality.
Amy Lang, MA has been a sexual health educator for over 25 years. With her lively, engaging and down-to-earth style she helps parents become comfortable and confident talking to their kids. Amy’s books, online solutions center and podcast, show parents they really can become their kids’ go-to birds and bees source.
Amy is still married to her first husband and they are getting the hang of parenting their recently launched man-child. She lives in Seattle WA.
Baggage: We give recommendations for how parents can prepare themselves for having conversations about sex with their kids?
Bodies: We explain how we can set our kids up to have a healthy relationship with their bodies.
Nudity: We share how we handled nudity in our houses.
Masturbation: We go over how we can respond to masturbation with supportive guidance (and not shame).
Menstruation: We walk through how to explain menstruation to our curious children.
Babies: We cover how to answer the question, “Where do babies come from?” simply and honestly.
Boundaries: We discuss what boundaries are good to equip our children with to keep them safe from sexual harm.
Teens: We share how we can support our teens in developing a safe, healthy, and enjoyable sex life.
Abortion: We cover how we can talk to our kids about abortion.
We answer the question: “How do we talk about the sexual life we have with our partner when our child shows curiosity around it?”
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