Instead, have a series of ongoing conversations that evolve in a way that corresponds with your teenager’s changing needs, questions, and developmental stages. 

When parents take the pressure out of having “the talk” with their teen, it allows for more natural conversations that end up being more meaningful than just one talk. 

By keeping an open door to conversations about sex and sexuality with your teen, you are offering a foundation for them to navigate this often complicated and perplexing part of their growth into adulthood.

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