4 Best Parenting Books In Marathi
Updated on: April 2023
Best Parenting Books In Marathi in 2023
Ayurvediya Garbh Sanskar (Marathi Edition)
Go Go GaaNi Goluchi(Sweet songs of Golu, a doll): A treasure of new Marathi children-songs (Marathi Edition)
Ayurvedic Garbha Sanskar: The Art And Science Of Pregnancy
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Parenting Tips: How to Discuss Sex Without Embarrassment
This article offers five tips for discussing sex with your kids.
It makes parents shudder. Even most responsible parents hide from it. It evokes nervous laughs when others raise the issue. No one wants to face "the talk." In every parent's experience, the time eventually comes when you have to discuss sex with your children. It is not always a formal time to sit down and chat. Often, the discussion is broached when tough questions are being asked before you are ready to answer them. Five points to follow will help you take on the big sex discussion and win.
Have a plan.
Everything in the world works better if you are prepared. A plan helps to relax you. When your kids perceive your comfort because you have a plan, it will relax them. It will allow you to present your information to someone who is not looking for a way to run. Not only will it smooth the path, it will help more of the information to be heard and retained.
Start out when they are young.
If you wait for your kids to become teens, you will miss the prime opportunities to be the main speaker in their sexual education. Friends who feel compelled to share their sexual expertise will have provided your kids with their version of sexual truth. By starting sexual education well ahead of puberty, you give your kids plenty of time to ask about any extraneous information that they receive from friends and others. You can play the role of guide more than just being an informant in their understanding of sex.
Use something to facilitate the discussion-like a book or a circumstance.
Discussions are always easier if you have a prop. You can use one of your child's current life experiences as an opening for talking about sex. Some people find using a good book on the topic that is age-appropriate to guide the conversation is extremely helpful. You may need to chat with other parents who are dealing with the same situation for advice on what books may be available to you. Even the school guidance counselor may be able to offer input or have materials that can be used.
Do it when the child asks specific questions.
" Where do babies come from?" This is the question that usually makes parents uncomfortable. If you have put a plan into place, this question can be a great chance to initiate a discussion about sex with your child. Be careful not to give the child more information than someone his or her age can handle. Most of the time, it is best to answer only the question that has been asked. It is tempting to go to far with your response. Look at early sexual talks as paving stones on the road to a full understanding of the topic.
Discuss topics that the child can understand.
Avoid using big words and jargon. One thing you do not want to have happen in this discussion is adding in confusion because you talk above your child's head. Having a plan, will give you time to work out these types of issues before you have the talk. Human intimacy can be a complicated matter. Try to keep it is simple as possible when telling it to your kids. Make it a little more human and a little less science until your youngster is old enough to grasp the bigger picture.