Adolescence is the time when most people begin to have sex. And everything that has to do with the sexuality of children is one of the biggest concerns of parents. Especially their children to have safe sex. In a time when the number of unwanted pregnancies is not alarming and sexually transmitted diseases among young people extend this concern parents of teenagers it is normal and legitimate.
The first thing parents of teenagers should know is that your children have safe sex they must act. And although often hear talk of bad sexual habits of many young, poor sexual habits can be avoided.
Information, the first rule
Safer sex begins with sufficient information.
Enough is when you answer all your questions and provide the resources they need at all times. There is no age and number of sexual information established as normal, it depends on each case. There will be fifteen teenagers who may not need to know how to use or where to buy a condom but there are others who need that information and even before that age. Parents are the ones who know the maturity of their children and they should take care to know what their children need.
To give you a good sex information to children many parents need to prepare. Not be ashamed of it. The health of their children is more important than any sense of shame, so they will do well if they seek that information by talking to other adults, in consultation with the doctor teenagers, reading books or locating on websites like this where they can find reliable information .
Nor should think that if their children do not ask because they do not need to know anything else. Maybe I just do not feel comfortable talking about sex with their parents. The obligation of these will ensure that their children learn to trust them and move them any questions you have.
Avoid unwanted pregnancy is not only the responsibility of the girls, he is also their partners.
Parents of all teenagers, both girls and boys should explain to their children very well how the process of conception and how you can avoid this when you do not want. Contraceptive use is both a form of self care and protection of the couple before unwanted parenthood.
Sexually transmitted diseases
The more information you have teens about sexually transmitted diseases, the better they can avoid them. In this case it may be advisable to seek the help of an expert to explain to the boys and girls risk. Your doctor or an expert in some association dedicated to sex education can be much more effective when to get that information to teens. But parents do well to talk regularly with their children about it and remind the risks and how to avoid them.
To get boys and girls have a healthy sex life is important to understand what is sexual violence. They know very well that no means no. They understand that when someone says no, either at the time that either sex is that he wants to end and you have to respect his wishes, first because that’s what you want the other person, but also because failure to do so may be committing a crime.
It is also important to educate teens to do what they want to do, so they are the ones who make their decisions about sex. It is essential to understand that it is they who have the duty and the right to decide over their own bodies and should not allow circumstances or others pressure on them to do something they do not want to do.
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