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Haffner has been a parenting educator for more than twenty-five years, regularly speaks to parent groups across the country, and appears frequently on national TV, including CNN, Today, and The O'Reilly Factor.She holds a Master's in Public Health from Yale University School of Medicine and a Master of Divinity from Union Theological Seminary.I found it super helpful, and it'll be my go-to reference for this topic.The topic can be so touchy and have so many moments of, "Omg, what am I supposed to do?!The author’s believes that the key to talking with children about sexuality is knowing that their questions fall into three easily recognizable categories. Sexuality: Your Sons and Daughters With Intellectual Disabilities Karin Melberg Schwier and Dave Hingsburger 2000; Brookes Publishing This book provides information, advice, and practical strategies to parents and caregivers on interacting with their children—no matter what their age or ability—in a way that increases their self esteem, encourages appropriate behavior, empowers them to recognize and respond to abuse, and enables them to develop lifelong relationships.Everything You Never Wanted Your Kids to Know About Sex (But Were Afraid They’d Ask): The Secrets to Surviving Your Child’s Sexual Development from Birth to Teens Justin Richardson, M. Ten Talks Parents Must Have With Their Children About Sex and Character Pepper Schwarz, Ph. and Dominic Cappello 2000; Hyperion This book was written for parents and caregivers of children in grades 4 through 12 to help them talk about sexuality and building character.Third Base Ain’t What It Used to Be: What Your Kids are Learning about Sex Today—and How to Teach Them to Be Sexually Healthy Adults Logan Levkoff, M. 2007; New American Library In a straightforward style, this book offers advice for parents and caregivers who are struggling to answer their kids’ questions about sexuality, or just trying to bring up the topic in the first place.The author offers guidance on discussing everything from gender issues, body image, and sexual orientation, to AIDS and abortion. This book addresses healthy and unhealthy sexual behaviors of children and adolescents from birth to 12 years of age.

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Beyond the Big Talk: A Parent’s Guide to Raising Sexually Healthy Teens Debra Haffner, M. It provides specific information for each age group: middle school (grades seven and eight), early high school (grades nine and 10), late high school (grades 11 and 12) and beyond (ages 19 and up). : Talking To Your Child About Sex Deborah Roffman 2000; Perseus Publishing This book, written for parents and caregivers of children three to six years old, is intended to help parents begin talking about sexuality, conception, and birth. From Diapers to Dating: A Parent’s Guide to Raising Sexually Healthy Children Debra W. Sex and Sensibility: The Thinking Parent’s Guide to Talking Sense about Sex Deborah Roffman 2001; Perseus Publishing This book is designed to help parents and caregivers open the lines of communication about sexuality with their children and interpret and respond to virtually any question a child might pose and any situation that may arise.

2008; Newmarket Press This book helps parents and caregivers address sexuality issues with their adolescents. The authors accommodate variations in values, from "teen sex is fine" to "save it for marriage," and support their advice with scholarly research and stories from real parents about what worked—and didn’t—with their kids. Incorporating value exercises, it encourages parents to examine their own sexual values so that they can share these messages with their children.