Talking about sex can be an incredible opportunity to develop a more meaningful and rewarding relationship with your child. Since sexual images saturate today's culture, children will learn about sex somewhere, but research shows that they want to learn from you.
So prepare yourself to be the one they can turn to with this encouraging and empowering resource. Questions Kids Ask about Sex shows you how to start "the conversation" and provides you with the tools and encouragement you need to communicate effectively about sex, self-control, and self-respect. Full of the latest information, practical insights, age-appropriate answers for kids, and strategies, this resource will help you protect your children's future health, hope, and happiness by helping you create the ongoing, honest dialogue they need---and want.
The Medical Institute for Sexual Health is a nonprofit medical organization founded to confront the epidemic of nonmarital pregnancy and sexually transmitted disease with incisive health care data. Driven by medical, educational, and scientific data, it informs and educates medical professionals, educators, government officials, parents, and the media.
"This book is the perfect resource for parents who desire direction and information in order to teach their children about sexuality while still incorporating their own moral beliefs."
---Dr. Laura Schlessinger, internationally syndicated radio talk show host
"As a pediatrician for more than thirty years, I've yet to find a sexual education parenting book as complete and comprehensive as Questions Kids Ask about Sex. This is a book I'll keep in my office for parents to read and encourage them to have from the time their children are born. Thank you for helping pediatricians like me raise healthy, happy, and well-functioning children in the context of a supportive family home."
---Joseph R. Zanga, M.D., president, American College of Pediatricians