Think that parents are the only ones who get stressed when talking to their teens about sex and relationships? Think again. And one in six say their parents have never spoken to them about anything sex-related. Parents may underestimate their teen's sexual activity, but overall the new findings show that parents consider talking about sexual health an important part of their parenting job, says Leslie Kantor, vice president of education for Planned Parenthood Federation of America. Parents "absolutely want to be the primary sexual educators of their own teenagers, and they are indeed trying," says Kantor.
How parents, teens handle talking about sex
Sex education: Talking to your teen about sex - Mayo Clinic
The following tips and strategies can help. Kids have different questions and concerns about sex at different ages. As your child gets older, the things you talk about will change. Remember to:. Parents are the most important influence on a teen's decisions about sex and relationships — even more important than friends, siblings, or the media. Most teens say that it would be easier to make decisions about sex if they could talk openly and honestly with their parents.
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Parents' Religion and Talking to Teens about Sex
Feeling a little tongue-tied broaching the subject of sex with your teen? Learn how to get your conversation off the ground. Just do it.
Last Updated: March 29, References. This article was co-authored by Natalia S. David, PsyD. There are 25 references cited in this article, which can be found at the bottom of the page. This article has been viewed 35, times.