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Episode 58: Discussing Sex with Our Children: When, How, Why
One of the most dreaded topics most parents probably think about when it comes to their children is sex. That’s at least the case for my listeners, as I got probably the most questions about this topic than any other before.
I invited Amy Lang onto the episode today to talk all about sex, and she didn’t disappoint. She has such great suggestions that will certainly give confidence to those parents that feel totally uncomfortable.
Amy Lang is a sexuality educator who helps parents become their kids go-to Birds and the Bees expert. Amy started her company Birdandbeeandkids.com back in 2006 when she took her years of sexual health education and her master’s degree in adult education to create her brand.
In today’s episode, we answer many of your questions when it comes to talking about sex and sexuality with our kids. I found this episode to be really helpful and I hope that you do too!
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Hey Lynz! Where is the recipe for the “ garbanzo crack” Amy shared? Thank you! Great show👍👍
I’m looking for the recipe too! Great episode!
Loved this episode so much and I felt like it was all so important. One thing that you touched on a bit was monitoring for the internet. Wondering what services you recommend? Thanks so much!