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Teaching Your Kids About Sex Doesn’t Need to Be Awkward, But it Does Need to Happen w/Cath Hakanson

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There is no ‘right’ way to talk about sex with our kids. How we choose to do it is deeply personal, and no one else should ever dictate how we do it. 

That said, sometimes, hearing how others have done it can be incredibly helpful. The only question is, in a world where it’s so easy to be judgmental, where can we actually have those conversations? 

In this episode, Founder of Sex Ed Rescue, Cath Hakanson shares her suggestions on the matter. 

Disclaimer: because this episode deals with a sensitive topic, I’d suggest listening to it away from your children.

As parents, having conversations about sex and sexualization is more important now than ever before.

-Cath Hakanson

Three Things You’ll Learn in This Episode

  • When to have ‘the talk’ with our kids
    The ‘birds and the bees’ conversation used to happen with 12 to 13 year olds, but should we start having the talk earlier on?
  • How to change the way we think about sex education
    Is talking to our kids about sex giving them permission to seek it out, or is the opposite true? 
  • Why sex education is more important today than ever before
    What is it about today’s world that makes sex education so vital?

Guest Bio

Cath Hakanson is an experienced author, sex educator and mother of two who provides accessible and down-to-earth information for parents on how to talk children about sex.

To find more titles and resources to help with sex education go to https://sexedrescue.com/ 

And join Cath’s Facebook group.


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