How to Talk to Your Child About Sex

by Richard and Linda Eyre

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Linda and Richard Eyre provide thoughtful, clear, specific guidance on when and, most important, how to help children begin to understand sex, love, and commitment from the most positive viewpoint. Writing from the powerful platform of successful personal experience with their own children, they give a series of proven dialogues — point-by-point discussion outlines — for each stage of a child's development. These dialogues can be tailored to fit children of different ages and each family's particular values and standards — and they also give parents a fresh opportunity to reassess their own beliefs as they communicate them to their children.

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Richard and Linda Eyre

Internationally recognized parenting experts Richard and Linda Eyre are the parents of nine grown children and the authors of over twenty-five books, including the worldwide bestseller, Teaching Your Children Values. They are the cofounders of Joy Schools and Their mission statement, developed while presiding over the London South Mission, is “FORTIFY FAMILIES by celebrating commitment, popularizing parenting, bolstering balance, and validating values.” They write a column every Monday at and every Friday at The Eyres currently travel the world speaking to (and with) parents about family and lifebalance, and dropping in on their nine children and twenty-one (and counting) grandchildren.

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By , Submitted on 2018-10-25

Did NOT like this book. I found Brad Wilcox' book about sex and maturation much more helpful and more in line with Gospel Standards.

Excellent approach to sex-education in our times!
By , Submitted on 2015-02-25

This is the best book I've found to approach this subject. It helps you with what to say, how and when to say it, and helps teach your kids what an 'awesome' thing sex should be. Now talking to my kids about this sacred subject will no longer be something to dread!

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