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Confronting difficult topics with kids

When Does Sex Education Begin?

Parents communicate about sexuality with their child from the very start. What messages do you intend? What is your actual impact? Given the overwhelming and wide range of messages with which kids are confronted today about sex, more than ever, they need their parents to develop confident understandings about healthy sexuality and meaningful relationships. Read More

I Agree!

It is only parents who can give their kids the right understanding about sexuality, specially dangers of illicit relationships and online porn. Therefore, parents need to be proactive about this matter. Kids will then be able to live their life safely.

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John Chirban, Ph.D, Th.D., is a clinical instructor in psychology at Harvard Medical School.


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