Having “the talk” with our kids is not always a conversation we want to have, but it’s an essential one. To prepare for your talk, check out this article at pgeveryday.ca and find out what experts say your kids should know and when.
My opinion is as follows: while you can read and/or listen to what others have to say, ultimately it is completely up to you to decide what is best for your child. It is your opinion and/or view that matters. Of course, I highly recommend remaining open to what experts have to say. They offer opinion based on studies, education, skills, and experience.
For me, it was (and is) very important to keep the conversation open and free. I always want my daughter to feel safe to come to me about anything, anytime and anywhere.
Note: If you have a teen and she is looking for more information, send her to beinggirl.com.