On this episode of the Sexology Podcast we cover how to talk to your child about sex. Most people know they need to talk to their kids, but they don’t know how to go about it or what to say. What is appropriate and helpful to say?
Most people didn’t receive the necessary information about sex from their parents. During this episode we are going to talk about exactly what to say, how to say it and what to do if you catch your kids in the midst of a sexual act.
The first step is talk to your partner about your values and what you’re hoping your child has as they grow up. That way you can clearly communicate values to your children. Someone’s values will be transferred down to your children, especially about sex. Children can be very curious. It’s important to educate them and avoid shaming them.
- How to choose what to say to your child about sex
- Sex negative education children receive at school
- Talking to your children about values
- Common sexual behaviors in children of different ages
- Explaining rules about personal boundaries
- The difference between surprise and secret
- What to teach your kids and when
- How to talk about contraception
- The importance of encouraging open communication
- Why it’s important to continue talking about consent
- Ways to normalize sexual expression
- What to do when you catch your kid being sexual
About Dr. Nazanin Moali
Dr. Nazanin Moali is a clinical psychologist, sex expert, sexologist and sex therapist in the Los Angeles area. Dr. Moali has helped couples and individuals overcome sexual concerns, including pornography addiction. Dr. Moali hosts confidential consultation sessions for clients and potential clients in her Torrance and Hermosa Beach offices. You can also book a session with her online, via a secure video-counseling platform.
For more information:
Age 10 & up:
What’s Happening to My Body? Book for Girls: Revised Edition by Lynda Madaras
What’s Happening to My Body? Book for Boys: Revised Edition by Lynda Madaras
Age 9 & up:
Age 7 to 11:
The Care & Keeping of Us: A Sharing Collection for Girls & Their Moms by Cara Natterson
Age 4 to 8:
Those are MY Private Parts by Diane Hansen
Age 4 & up:
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