Telling teens to “wait” to have sex is just about as helpful as telling a cloud not to rain – sooner or later it IS going to happen.
Give your teen practical, real-world tips and support so they are confident, comfortable and understand what they need to know before making this big decision.
It doesn’t matter if your kid is 13 or 19 – it’s time to get the conversation started
…and I’ll show you how.
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I’ve Covered The Tough Topics
- Dating Violence
- Love vs. Lust
- First Dates
- Healthy Relationships
- Breaking Up
- Pregnancy Prevention
- STD’s (Sexually Transmitted Diseases)
About Amy Lang
Most how-to-talk-to-kids-about-sex experts tell you why you need to talk to kids and when to talk to them. The rarely tell you how to talk to them. I have done everything I can do to make the sex talks as simple and easy as possible by providing specific scripts and age (and gender) appropriate tips so you don’t have to come up with the words yourself.
My advice has been featured in The Wall Street Journal, Salon.com, Huffington Post Live, CNN Health, Parent Map Magazine, Seattle’s Child Magazine, and on numerous radio shows and podcasts over the years…and now I’m here to share it with YOU.
Over 11,000 Smart Parents Use My Techniques Every Day
As a therapist, working with tweens for twenty years, I whole-heartedly recommend this book. If you want your kid to get spot-on tips and heads-ups from an informed and powerful female perspective…this is REQUIRED READING for boys and girls alike; I keep it on the table in my waiting room!
-Jo Langford, MA. Author of Spare Me The Talk: A Guys Guide To Sex, Relationships & Growing Up
I bought this book for my teenage daughter who just fell in love for the first time. I read it first and loved the candid tone and non-judgmental approach to sex, relationships, and dating. It was a quick read and easy to digest. My daughter is reading it now, and I can tell it is making her think. Our discussions about relationships and her own attitudes about sex are far richer since she started reading it. My main thing is I want her to think about her values and attitudes toward sex before she is faced with a decision. This book does a great job of making you think about values and character without being at all preachy. I believe it is helping her find her own path.
I got Amy’s book for my teen son but I read it first and I wish I had had this book when I was young. It is full of great information written in a fun easy way to read and understand. Amy has done a fantastic public service with this book. I highly recommend it for anyone with teenagers and even single grown-ups. 5 stars!
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Getting the sex talks started can be so nerve wracking! When you clarify your values and beliefs about sexuality, love and relationships, you will get the solid foundation you want and need to be a sex talks rock star!