Thursday, February 6, 2014

Book Review: Angry Birds and Killer Bees - Talking to Your Kids about Sex

Have you had *the* talk yet?

If you're like me, the word that comes to mind when you think of *the talk* is: Ugh.

Here's a book that can help you out: Angry Birds and Killer Bees: Talking to Your Kids about Sex.
Angry Birds & Killer Bees: Talking to Your Kids About Sex  -     By: Todd Bowman

This quick read (135 pages) will offer you ideas for turning *the talk* into an ongoing conversation that will help your kids better understand sex and the one thing that is often left out of the conversation, intimacy
The book is divided into three main sections:  Sex: Myths and Messages helps guide parents when teaching about sex amid all the messages about sex modern life bombards kids with these daysSex and Biology focused on the mechanics and chemistry behind it all; while  Sex and God offers information and discussion points on the emotional and spiritual levels of relationships.  

This book aims to teach parents how and when to talk to their children about sex in ways that will help them grow into sexually and emotionally healthy young adults. It's not enough to teach kids about the mechanics of sex: today, we as parents need to further that discussion by talking about so many other issues, including the messages media sends about sex, the importance of intimacy throughout life, and the plain fact that sex can be a beautiful thing when treated wisely and with respect.

If you're looking to start *the talk* out in a positive and meaningful way, check out Angry Birds and Killer Bees: Talking to Your Kids about
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