The Birds and the Bees: Answering the Awkward Questions with Grace and Confidence

Providing our children with education on their bodies and their own sexual development from an early age is important. Providing children with accurate information and creating an environment in which they feel comfortable asking questions and seeking information helps them develop a healthy self concept and decreases their vulnerability to sexual abuse.

1 in 3 girls and 1 in 6 boys experience sexual abuse before the age of 18. This class can help decrease your child’s chances of being a victim.

In this class, you will learn:

  • How potty talk and gender stereotypes are part of healthy development
  • What to expect at different ages and how to help your child develop a healthy body image
  • What’s developmentally appropriate in your child’s play
  • How to bring up the most difficult topics and handle them with grace and confidence!
  • How to foster a relationship with your child that encourages them to seek YOU out for information instead of relying on friends and outside resources
  • Simple tips for decreasing your child’s risk of sexual abuse
  • Red and yellow flags for identifying sexual perpetrators and steering clear of them
  • Tips & ideas for answering those surprising questions!

Ready? Feel free to contact me.

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