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Generally, sex is an akward subject and is still so between parents/guardians and teenagers.If you wish to talk to your teens about sex, some motivational thoughts should come to mind and trigger your determination. These includes

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riddhi vyas Posted: Thursday, April 25, 2013 5:15:30 PM(UTC)

Teenage is the the stage, when children are neither fully mature nor immature, parents must develop friendly relationship with their teenagers.

If you feel the need to talk to your daughter about sex, then be frank and discuss it openly, as your daughter will sick your support and guidance, if you will feed awkward, your daughter will feel more awkward, and there will be no chance of healthy discussion.

Each parents must develop healthy relationship with their teenagers and kids also should have freedom to ask their confusions and problems.

You can find more on how to develop healthy relationship with your teenager from:


tamaltaru pal Posted: Thursday, April 25, 2013 2:26:10 PM(UTC)
It's a very helpful forum. But my question is: How do I start to talk about sex with my teenage daughter, if she herself do not raise any question?