What's Love Got to Do With It: Talking With Your Kids About Sex
Having trouble talking to your kids about sex? Their friends at school don't...
Unfortunately, for many parents, the most important conversations are the hardest. Ninety-three percent of adults are dissatisfied with the sex education they received as children, which is precisely why they are so bad at teaching their kids-they have no frame of reference. Renowned Harvard Medical School psychologist and frequent Dr. Phil guest John Chirban helps parents talk to their kids . . . about sex.
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Well done!User Review - Christianbook.com
I think most parents will find new ways of understanding sexuality and a deeper recognition of their faith and beliefs as they read and work with their kids in this unusually insightful book. I was surprised with how much I grew from reading about helping my kids from this book.
Transmitting Sexual Wisdom to ChildrenUser Review - Christianbook.com
The difficulty of parent-child discussion on sex was something past generations and our generation as well have always struggled with. Dr. Chirban's book has taken a seemingly impenetrable subject that most parents simply could never discuss with their children and removed embarrassment, shame and guilt which were always so much a part of sexuality. This book offers the much sought-after help a parent has needed to handle what has been, for the most part, taboo. It teaches how to communicate openly about sex with one's children in a wholesome, healthy way. One example that immediately elevates the reader's mind: Dr. Chirban explains it in this way, "Do your kids know that they have access to you and that they are the priority--not only when a rule or limit is broken, but because they are the light of your life?" This one question, this idea and/or suggestion triggers within us the insight, the realization to immediately recognize a need we can and must attend to and deal with so our children can approach us unafraid. Chidren come to know and trust that we want to help and answer any and all questions they have. This one thought alone gives a parent a new outlook so he/she can deal with any question a child may have. Chirban gives us a sudden freedom which permits us to see that we can deal with not only sexuality, but all other important aspects of raising children. Emmanuel Karavousanos
In the Age of Sexual UnInnocence
Cleaning Up the Dirty Little Secret
Setting the Sexual Tone
Going Public with Privates
Sex on the Table
Are They Normal?
Thats Disgusting Dad
Getting Down to the NittyGritty
Whats Love Got to Do with It?
Slang Expressions for Sex
Ask Your Mother Ask Your Father
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