Parenting & Sex
Does my sex life influence my kids?
How you feel about your sex life will influence how you talk about the subject so that will affect your kids. If you have negative experiences of sexual encounters, you might be less inclined to talk to your kids openly about sex, or if you do, you might project negative attitudes which might bias your children, rather than giving them the whole picture. Avoiding the subject or promoting abstinence does not make your children less curious about sex and encourages them to find sources other than yourself to gather information about sex.
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