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What should kids call their private parts? How do I explain where babies come from? Should I give my child a heads up about puberty? When should we have the "big talk"? These are just a few of the many questions you might have about talking with your child about sex.
WE all remember where we were when we had our first sex education lesson. Some may have had all the facts presented to them in a clear and precise fashion, whilst others learned it through rumour and innuendo in the school yard. But whatever the manner in which it was delivered, finding out about reproduction and the functions of the relevant body parts is an important issue and one every parent must consider with regard to their own child. Some leave it up to the school to deliver lessons of this delicate nature but most children are curious from a very young age and experts believe it is important to tell them the truth and not turn what is a very natural question into something of a taboo subject. A general rule of thumb is that fifth class is a good year developmentally to start giving more details, but it really depends on your child and where they are emotionally. The Wexford-based psychologist says that while parents may feel some embarrassment they should be honest and remember that their children will be told lots of stories with regard to sex and conception so it is important that they get the facts from their parents.
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