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5 Things Every Parent Needs to Know about Their Kids and Sex (edition 2016)

by Anne Marie Miller (Author)

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Title:5 Things Every Parent Needs to Know about Their Kids and Sex
Authors:Anne Marie Miller (Author)
Info:Baker Books (2016), 240 pages
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5 Things Every Parent Needs to Know about Their Kids and Sex by Anne Marie Miller

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Real Help for the Toughest Talks
Most parents dread talking about sex with their children. Anne Marie Miller loves giving "the talk." As she has shared her personal story and talked about God's gift of sex with almost half a million young people, she's noticed some disturbing patterns:

* Google is how kids learn about sex
* Kids are learning about sex and viewing pornography earlier than parents think
* The sexually abused often don't tell anyone for fear of getting in trouble
* Sexual messages are being consumed daily through mainstream and social media
* Most parents think their child is the exception

Instead of sweeping this topic under the rug, Miller wants to change the narrative. In this immensely practical and well-researched book, she equips parents to have meaningful and age-appropriate conversations with their children about sex, pornography, and sexual abuse. She advises parents on how to keep the lines of communication open so that their children know they can trust them with their fears, struggles, and mistakes. Most important, she offers hope to worried parents that their children can grow up with a healthy view of sex.

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