How to Talk to Your Child About Sex: It's Best to Start Early, But It's Never Too Late -- A Step-by-Step Guide for Every Age

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St. Martin's Press, Sep 15, 1998 - Family & Relationships - 240 pages
How to Talk to Your Child About Sex provides thoughtful, clear, and specific guidelines concerning where, when, and most important, how to help children begin to understand sex, love and commitment from the most positive viewpoint. Provoding a series of dialogues--point-by-point discussion outlines--that have been tried and proven by thousands of families, the Eyres also give parents a fresh opportunity to reassess their own attitudes as they communicate them to their children.

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These books concentrate on teen abstinence, idealizing post-adolescent marriage and "committed relationships" as the best settings for sex. The Eyres, authors of several books on parenting, including ... Read full review

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Through their phenomenally successful books, tapes, seminars, and parenting programs, Linda and Richard Eyre have helped thousands of parents to be both effective and comfortable when talking to their yound children about sex, safety, and commitment. With input from their 100,000-member strog HOMEBASE parenting organization, the Eyres give parents the confidence they need and the answers that work.

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