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Parents who approach the discussion of sexuality with their children...

...beginning in early childhood build a foundation for open communication, provide a base of knowledge, and inspire continued learning. Successful relationships are grounded in trust and communication. Parents who can have an open and ongoing dialogue about sexuality with their children deliver the message, “You can ask me anything. You can trust me to talk and I will listen to what you say. I want to be a resource to help you find the answers you need.” Teaching children about their sexuality throughout their formative years is a way of ensuring that they will grow up with healthy attitudes about their own bodies, their desires, and sexuality. This group will help you to do all of this.

Message me if you have a group of people who would like to schedule a meet up.  Email me at  Request a free copy of the 36 page booklet "Parents as Sex Educators." Go to

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