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The Big Talk. Sex. Every parent, at some point, will have to have this talk!
It can be an overwhelming moment for both parent and child, but it doesn't have to be.
Begin by having natural, honest conversations with toddlers and preschoolers about their bodies. Doing that allows the talk to feel more natural, and you're calmer, when it's time for to address the bigger issues regarding sex.
So what should you say? How should you begin?
Here are some good tips from The Greater Good Science Center.
Leave me a comment and let me know if this article was helpful. And then pass this so others can get ready too.

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The Big Talk. Sex. Every parent, at some point, will have to have this talk!
It can be an overwhelming moment for both parent and child, but it doesn't have to be.
Begin by having natural, honest conversations with toddlers and preschoolers about their bodies. Doing that allows the talk to feel more natural, and you're calmer, when it's time for to address the bigger issues regarding sex.
So what should you say? How should you begin?
Here are some good tips from The Greater Good Science Center.
Leave me a comment and let me know if this article was helpful. And then pass this so others can get ready too.

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The Big Talk. Sex. Every parent, at some point, will have to have this talk!
It can be an overwhelming moment for both parent and child, but it doesn't have to be.
Begin by having natural, honest conversations with toddlers and preschoolers about their bodies. Doing that allows the talk to feel more natural, and you're calmer, when it's time for to address the bigger issues regarding sex.
So what should you say? How should you begin?
Here are some good tips from The Greater Good Science Center.
Leave me a comment and let me know if this article was helpful. And then pass this so others can get ready too.

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The Big Talk. Sex. Every parent, at some point, will have to have this talk!
It can be an overwhelming moment for both parent and child, but it doesn't have to be.
Begin by having natural, honest conversations with toddlers and preschoolers about their bodies. Doing that allows the talk to feel more natural, and you're calmer, when it's time for to address the bigger issues regarding sex.
So what should you say? How should you begin?
Here are some good tips from The Greater Good Science Center.
Leave me a comment and let me know if this article was helpful. And then pass this so others can get ready too.

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The Big Talk. Sex. Every parent, at some point, will have to have this talk!
It can be an overwhelming moment for both parent and child, but it doesn't have to be.
Begin by having natural, honest conversations with toddlers and preschoolers about their bodies. Doing that allows the talk to feel more natural, and you're calmer, when it's time for to address the bigger issues regarding sex.
So what should you say? How should you begin?
Here are some good tips from The Greater Good Science Center.
Leave me a comment and let me know if this article was helpful. And then pass this so others can get ready too.

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The Big Talk. Sex. Every parent, at some point, will have to have this talk!
It can be an overwhelming moment for both parent and child, but it doesn't have to be.
Begin by having natural, honest conversations with toddlers and preschoolers about their bodies. Doing that allows the talk to feel more natural, and you're calmer, when it's time for to address the bigger issues regarding sex.
So what should you say? How should you begin?
Here are some good tips from The Greater Good Science Center.
Leave me a comment and let me know if this article was helpful. And then pass this so others can get ready too.

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The Big Talk. Sex. Every parent, at some point, will have to have this talk!
It can be an overwhelming moment for both parent and child, but it doesn't have to be.
Begin by having natural, honest conversations with toddlers and preschoolers about their bodies. Doing that allows the talk to feel more natural, and you're calmer, when it's time for to address the bigger issues regarding sex.
So what should you say? How should you begin?
Here are some good tips from The Greater Good Science Center.
Leave me a comment and let me know if this article was helpful. And then pass this so others can get ready too.

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The Big Talk. Sex. Every parent, at some point, will have to have this talk!
It can be an overwhelming moment for both parent and child, but it doesn't have to be.
Begin by having natural, honest conversations with toddlers and preschoolers about their bodies. Doing that allows the talk to feel more natural, and you're calmer, when it's time for to address the bigger issues regarding sex.
So what should you say? How should you begin?
Here are some good tips from The Greater Good Science Center.
Leave me a comment and let me know if this article was helpful. And then pass this so others can get ready too.

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The Big Talk. Sex. Every parent, at some point, will have to have this talk!
It can be an overwhelming moment for both parent and child, but it doesn't have to be.
Begin by having natural, honest conversations with toddlers and preschoolers about their bodies. Doing that allows the talk to feel more natural, and you're calmer, when it's time for to address the bigger issues regarding sex.
So what should you say? How should you begin?
Here are some good tips from The Greater Good Science Center.
Leave me a comment and let me know if this article was helpful. And then pass this so others can get ready too.

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The Big Talk. Sex. Every parent, at some point, will have to have this talk!
It can be an overwhelming moment for both parent and child, but it doesn't have to be.
Begin by having natural, honest conversations with toddlers and preschoolers about their bodies. Doing that allows the talk to feel more natural, and you're calmer, when it's time for to address the bigger issues regarding sex.
So what should you say? How should you begin?
Here are some good tips from The Greater Good Science Center.
Leave me a comment and let me know if this article was helpful. And then pass this so others can get ready too.
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