Devi speaks with Clinical Sexologist, Dr. Tamara Griffin about how to talk to your teen about sex and introduce healthy sexual concepts to your kids and teenagers. 

As adults and parents we are often very uncomfortable talking about sex, especially with our children, in this episode you will learn how to use everyday conversation and tools to talk to your teen (and children) about sex.

 

Find out:

  • Barriers, boundaries, and the importance of having conversations about sex
  • Does talking about sexuality with youth give them permission to have sex
  • What age should you start talking to your children
  • What roles should parents, schools, churches/faith organizations play in teaching youth about sex?

 

About Dr. Tamara

 

Dr. TaMara loves nothing more than talking about sex! At the age of 13, she told her mother she wanted to be a Sex Therapist! Her passion is deeply rooted in spreading messages about healthy sexuality. Dr. TaMara is a sexologist, sex therapist, educator and motivational speaker with more than 20 years of experience speaking, writing and teaching about sexuality. She travels the country helping individuals embrace and honor their sexuality. Dr. TaMara has published numerous books and articles. She is the owner of L.I.F.E. by Dr. TaMara Griffin Live Inspired Feel Empowered LLC-LIFE. Dr. TaMara is also the Editor-in-Chief of Our Sexuality! Magazine. Our Sexuality! is the premiere magazine for women’s sexuality and sexual health.

Grab Dr. TaMara’s book HERE 

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