Advice for parents about the signs that your child may be sexually active and how to talk about it from parenting expert Jan Faull, MEd, plus sex education resources for teenagers and parents. Teens date. Sometimes whether you're ready for it or not. And if you're not, what comes next can be downright terrifying:. The signs your son or daughter may be having sex are not hard to spot. But knowing how to handle the situation is anything but easy. If you're afraid your teen is having sex, here's my advice: You cannot leave this situation to chance. It's best to bring up the issue of premature and premarital sex, and voice your concerns.
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Learn how to put the brakes on underage sex and cope if it happens. So how can parents discuss dating and sex with their sexually active kids in a healthy way? Melistas offers some advice. She adds that parents should discuss the emotional consequences that come along with being sexually active — as well as pregnancy, the risks of STDs, when and where it is appropriate to have sex and the risks of sexting and social media.
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Talking about sex and relationships with your teenager
No one wants to venture down that dark and scary path, but the reality is that many teenagers are exploring their sexuality. Either you have parental intuition telling you that something has changed, or you have received confirmation. No matter the case, most parents want to react immediately. However, it is important to avoid this initial impulse and instead take time to process through your own thoughts and feelings about your teen becoming sexually active. When we react, instead of responding, we often do so from a place of heightened emotion. It is natural to experience a mixed bag of emotions, especially if having premarital sex goes against your personal values. It can be helpful to reflect on your own experiences. How did your parents respond when they found out that you were sexually active? Was their response helpful? How could your experience have been better?
Young people are learning about sex and relationships, not only from you, their parents, but from TV and films, online, and their friends. They need and want their family to help them to sort out fact from fiction, to understand what is happening to their bodies as they grow older and to talk about their feelings and their relationships. Remember that the earlier you start talking, the easier it will be to tackle some of the more difficult subjects as they grow up. It made a big difference to the way we felt about ourselves and others. Being a parent of teenagers can be tough. Our sons and daughters may clam up overnight, sulk or do nothing but argue. They may say things that upset you, and do things that frighten you. The good news is that most children get through this - and so will you. Young people nowadays are faced with different problems and pressures. We can't ignore these things and nor can they.