Download Dr. Yvonne K. Fulbright's first Audio Guide...
Produced by Sveinbjörn Thorarensen
Research shows that most parents want to be the primary provider of sexuality information for their children. Thankfully, most children want their parents to be their primary sex resource. With the family the first and most powerful influence on a child’s knowledge, attitudes, values, self-esteem, and comfort level when it comes to sex and relationships, this is very good news! Yet strapped for time, many parents haven’t known how to become an effective sex resource, until now...
Created to help even the busiest parent become their child’s #1 sex resource, “Who Better than You?” is packed full of intelligent advice and essential information for educating your child about sex, love, and relationships from birth to their late teen years. Practical and comprehensive, this invaluable work is sure to cultivate a stronger relationship with your child, equipping you with the skills you need to communicate your sexual values. Based on developmental theory and research findings, including Dr. Fulbright’s own parent-child sex communication research, sensitive topics tackled include: sexual safety, sex in the media, puberty, learning body parts, and sexual health.
Using a comprehensive, realistic approach, “Who Better than You?” provides you with critical details on sexual development, normal sexual curiosities at every stage of growing up, and age-appropriate messaging. Encouraging meaningful discussion and strategies for vital talks, this audio guide offers guidelines for nurturing while safeguarding your child’s sexual maturation. Parents need to be their child’s #1 sex resource. After listening to this audio guide, there will be no one better than you.
- Introduction - Kudos to You
- Parents as THE Primary Sex Resource
- Laying the Foundation for Effective Sex Communication
- Infants & Younger Toddlers (Birth – 2 years old)
- Older Toddlers, Preschoolers & Kindergarteners (3-5 years old)
- Middle Childhood (6-8 years old)
- Preadolescence (Ages 9 – 12)
- Middle Adolescence (13-15 years old)
- Late Adolescence (15-18 years old)