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Do you struggle to
talk to your kids about s-e-x?

You want to give them the facts, but you also want to protect their innocence. 

How do you bring up a topic that makes them cover their ears and hide under the bed sheets?  

When is the right time to talk to your kids about s-e-x?

Are their feet catching up with yours? 

Can you SMELL puberty coming down the hallway?

Are they between the ages of 9-13? 



There is a window of opportunity that you do not want to miss.

If they are too young, it won’t be interesting or relevant and they won’t retain the information. 

If they are too old, they will think they will think “they already know it all” and won’t be open to learning anything from you.

Do not miss your window of opportunity!

What is it like for kids today?

You think your child’s first question about s-e-x is going to be something cute like “Where do babies come from?” But instead it’s more like, “What’s a lap dance?” 

But Today’s kids are swimming in sexual content through the media. They need your help navigating the confusing messages they are receiving about sex, intimacy and growing up. 

Most parents think they SHOULD have “The Talk” with their kids but many are unsure of exactly what to say, when to say it, and how to communicate in a way that doesn’t make it awkward.

When kids start accessing porn and changing their preferred pronoun, parents don’t feel confident they know what to say. When we feel uncertain, we don’t say anything. 

Have you had "The Talk" with your 9-13 year old?

"5 Ways to have the talk without making it awkward"

We will cover:

What to say to your kids and when.

Why it’s so important that parents be involved in the conversation

How to ditch the awkward and make conversations more comfortable.  


By the end of the webinar, you will

Feel confident knowing WHAT to say to your kids and HOW to say it. Show your kids that YOU are the person they can turn to for questions about puberty and sexuality.

Don't let Youtube & Netflix be your child's sex educator

Cross "The Talk" off your to-do list