Teaching teens how to have sex
Verified by Psychology Today. Promoting Empathy With Your Teen. In a sad way, I find it somewhat amusing when mass media and some parents routinely propose or actually go ahead in giving their teens leniency in regards to breaking universal rules and values around dating and sex. I find this amusing because from time to time I hear about young girls caught up in the dilema of being pregnant.
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Teach Your Teens Smart Ways to Say No to Sex
Teach Your Teens Smart Ways to Say No to Sex | Family Circle
Talking about the emotional aspects of a sexual relationship will help teenagers make better decisions in their own relationships. It is helpful for young people to think about their own values about sex and sexuality and decide what they feel comfortable with before getting into a sexual situation. Young people want to enjoy their sexual experiences and have enough information and confidence to be safe. It is important they know where they can get help and support, and sexual and reproductive health services.
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Safer Sex Guidelines for Teen
By Steven Schlozman, Co-Director. In light of the MeToo and Times Up movements, we thought it more important than ever to share the article below on how parents can help teens respectfully navigate the gray areas of sexual and romantic relationships. We try to teach that all the time.
The only safe sex is no sex, according to most healthcare providers. Abstinence may be the only true form of "safe" sex. All forms of sexual contact carry some risk. The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends that parents start talking to children about their bodies and sex, at an age-appropriate level, when they first ask where babies come from.