No one else will do.
And those conversations that are so vital for your children's health and happiness don't have to be difficult if you're prepared. A Chicken's Guide to Talking Turkey with Your Kids about Sex shows you how to deal with what goes on above the neck as well as below the waist. Here's how to help your child face the struggles, questions, wonders, and rewards of his or her developing sexuality.
©2003 Dr. Kevin Leman and Kathy Flores Bell; (P)2003 The Zondervan Corporation
My son is starting the fifth grade and I have always tried to stay on top of things concerning his health. I decided to purchase this book based on a couple of questions he recently asked me. It really opened my eyes to some of the things I have/haven't been doing. I immediately starting using the authors suggestions and saw my son actually enjoy (as much as one can I guess) out talks. I am so glad I purchased this - I can see such a huge differance in our communication level in this area...
This book gives very good advice on living a life that your kids can learn from that teaches about sex and sexuality. Dr. Kevin Leman and Kathy Flores Bell read the book and are easy to listen to as they alternate back and forth. I recommend this for anyone looking to give their kids a healthy perspective of the changes they will go through and challenges they will face growing up.
I thought this book covered the basics and I did get a couple of good suggestions. Would recommend this as a beginner book for parents on how to start talking about sex with their children.
the book was just practical advice. wish my parents had read this!
it was not really a story. However Dr. Leman and Ms. Bell going back and forth with pearls of wisdom made digestible.
no i did not want to listen in one sitting because i wanted to remember all i had learned.
i wish unabridged was available. I did not want to miss a word..
Nothing unique about this book. It offers some helpful reminders of keeping an ongoing conversation about sex and sexual relations. However, it's difficult to get past their fundamentalist Christian worldview of marriage and human sexual relations. I'm not sure why the publisher doesn't acknowledge this fundamentalist approach to marriage in its own description of the book. The book offers some good advice on initiating conversations with youth about a difficult subject, once you get past the theology. Not worth the price of admission.
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